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Advancements in automation and digital drilling technology

Tuesday, 24 September
Technical Session
The oil and gas industry is adopting digital technologies at an increasing pace. The Drilling industry is introducing automated and autonomous drilling process controls as a next step in driving performance improvement. Full acceptance of these technologies depends on soft and hard automation technologies and adaptive working practices. This session presents improvements in automation and drilling technology.
Session Chairpersons
Unnikrishnan Pillai - Borr Drilling
Abdulqawi Al-fakih - SLB
  • 0830-0855 221071
    Digital Drilling Improves Efficiency And Reduce Emissions On An Old Giant In The North Sea
    J. Bjerkas, SLB; D. Chowdhury, Equinor
  • 0855-0920 220987
    Demonstration Of Seamless Interoperability For Automatic Drilling Management In A Multi-vendor Context
    E. Cayeux, B. Daireaux, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; K. Olsen, K. Antosz, Halliburton; M.D. Johansen, Sekal; H.S. Naesgaard, AkerBP; L. Hoarau, SLB
  • 0920-0945 220774
    Advancing Online Verification And Validation In Complex Multi-providers Drilling Automation Systems
    R. Mihai, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; M. Edwards, Partners in Performance; J. de Wardt, DE WARDT & CO.; D. Pirovolou, Weatherford; B. Atchison, Safe Influx; S. Dharmaselvan, Ensign US Drilling Inc; J. Carney, NOV Inc.
  • 1015-1040 220809
    Next-gen Drilling: Harnessing Rig Action Plan Cloud-edge Integration For Well Cycle Improvement And Enhanced Crew Dynamics
    P. Zarate, Nabors
  • 1040-1105 220800
    Enhancing Automated Sliding Performance Through Integration Of Physics Models And Machine Learning Algorithms
    M. Summersgill, J. Xu, A. Jamieson, T. Chen, S. Menand, M. Mahjoub, A. McGregor, J. Cantwell, P. Landrio, Helmerich & Payne
  • 1105-1130 220690
    Automating Best Practices To Compensate For Interactions Between Tool Joints And The Rotating Head While Drilling
    D. Forrest, Precision Drilling
  • Alternate 220914
    Real-time Artificial Intelligence-enhanced Machine Learning Technique For Accurate Drilling Parameter Prediction And Optimization
    B. Elahifar, NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
  • Alternate 221003
    The Conception Of A Smart Twin For The Automation Of Drilling Operations
    F. Silva, Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software; A. Martins, R. Tobisawa, Petrobras; V. Girardi Silva, C.N. Donatti, K. Fasolin, G. Oliveira, F. Wallner Giacomelli, L. Rezende, Engineering Simulation and Scientific Software
  • Alternate 220798
    Revolutionizing Drilling Operations: Next-gen Llm-AI For Real-time Support In Well Construction Control Rooms
    E. Ferrigno, Globant

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.

Moderator: Elena Melchert | Podcast Host and Consultant | Oil and Gas Global Network