Digitalization in the oil and gas industry
Much noise and hype has been generated around data as being the “new oil” on which the world can build prosperity. What are the implications of this for the oil and gas industry and for Norway as a whole?
About the talk
The SIRIUS SFI at the Department of Informatics lies at the intersection “new oil” and “old oil”, where informatics meets the oil industry.The centre attempts to set a research-based innovation agenda for its member companies, which include Statoil, Schlumberger, DNV GL, IBM and SAP.
This talk will explain what SIRIUS does and how we hope to address the challenges of industrial digitalization in and beyond the oil and gas industry.
About the speaker
David Cameron is the Centre Coordinator for the SIRIUS Centre for Scalable Data Access at the University of Oslo. He is a Chemical Engineer with 30 years of industrial experience in the metals, chemicals and petroleum industries. His technical specialization is the application of simulation to the optimization of operations. He has worked in applied research, strategy and development management roles in BHP Billiton, Norsk Hydro, Kongsberg Group and then in consulting and senior business development roles in IBM and Sopra Steria. He earned his doctorate in simulator-based process analytics from the University of Cambridge.
For a full bio, please refer to David Cameron's personal UiO-profile.
To register for the seminar, please send us an e-mail with the title "Seminar Cameron".