SANTA CLARA, California, Nov. 28, 2018
Frost & Sullivan webinar to outline how new technologies and innovations will impact growth over the next five years
SANTA CLARA, California, Nov. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The oil and gas industry has a reputation for being relatively tech-averse. However, innovations in technology and business models, and applied innovation from other industries, are impacting the use of technology in various stages of oil and gas exploration and production. As a result, the industry is compelled to innovate and create significant improvements in operational efficiency, non-productive time and cost of completion.
Frost & Sullivan's Industrial team invites you to join Kiran Unni, Vice President at Frost & Sullivan, for a live, complimentary briefing, Future of Completions Design in the Oil & Gas Industry, on Thursday, December 6, at 10:00 AM CST, to gain expert insight on Industry 4.0 technologies that are expected to impact future completion designs and growth over the next five years.
To register for the complimentary webcast, please visit: http://frost.ly/2yh
"Advanced technologies are here to stay in the upstream oil & gas world. But the future of the stages and especially completions, is not expected to look radically different unless the right technologies and business models are employed," said Unni. "In an increasingly automated oilfield, the need for technology advancements is imperative. Stakeholders along the value chain need to understand which technologies to invest further into, to ensure their place in the changing oil and gas landscape."
Key takeaways of the webcast include:
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