Regulatory and social pressures are increasingly driving oil and gas companies to adopt cost-effective technologies and practices that improve operational efficiency and reduce methane emissions. 2% of onshore production facilities and assets are responsible for over half of the production-related methane emissions. If companies can identify and fix the leaks in a small number of top emitters, that will go a long way toward reducing the methane emissions in the US. A number of advanced technologies such as satellite and aerial survey imagery, IoT sensor grids, and ground operated FLIR cameras can be used to cost-effectively and accurately identify leaks. Combining these technologies with predictive analytics, integrated technician scheduling & ticketing systems, and automated regulatory reporting can significantly drive down operating costs, reduce regulatory compliance challenges, and help build a strong brand through environmental stewardship. This event presents how these capabilities can be realized by leveraging the Microsoft cloud.
The “Methane Management with Microsoft Azure and Dynamics 365 Field Service” webinar is tailored mainly for executives responsible for operations, administration, health, safety & environment, and government affairs.
Job titles include but are not limited to: Chief Operation Officers, VPs, Heads, of Operations, Product Operations, Administration, Health, and the like.
Attendance is by invitation only and is of course, complimentary for those invited.