AWS for Industries

Category: Energy (Oil & Gas)

TGS Visualizes Data and Reduces Delivery Times Working with INT on AWS

Energy data and intelligence provider TGS wanted to innovate its energy data library by implementing data visualization capabilities and improving the delivery times of its products for its customers. To handle the demand of delivering large amounts of data, TGS wanted to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions that would scale to large data requests […]

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Oil Field Tech Company Uses AWS Partner WellAware to Achieve a Net Return of $1.3 Million

An oil field technology company needed a better way to deliver its chemical solutions and services that prevent scale from clogging water pipelines used in oil and gas well drilling. To determine how much scale inhibitor to use, the company must monitor customers’ dynamic water flow rates, a process that used to incur high operational, […]

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DHI Uses Data Telemetry to Transform Oil and Gas Industry alongside AWS Partner WellAware

As a service provider for the oil and gas industry, Dalbo Holdings Inc. (DHI) has to navigate harsh conditions in the Texas oil fields. High winds, strong storms, and extreme temperatures create difficult conditions for gathering the reliable data that DHI needs to gain a clear picture of its field operations. Moreover, oil fields are […]

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Technical Query Workflow in the CP2 on AWS

As we wrote in the ‘Reduce Collaboration Toil for Capital Projects Using AWS’ blog post for Capital Project Collaboration Platform (CP2), customers in the energy industry spend millions of hours collaborating internally and externally over the life of a capital project. They face numerous pain points, including the inability to collate comments, inefficient routing of […]

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TechnipFMC Uses Flutura to Provide Oil Field Equipment Intelligence and Remote Visibility

Energy technology provider TechnipFMC knows that turning brownfields into smart fields is the future of the energy industry. By using artificial intelligence (AI) to gain insights into remote operations, energy companies can operate more sustainably and cost efficiently, as well as use predictive analytics to fix issues before they become bigger problems. To support its […]

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On-demand seismic processing on AWS using GeoTomo’s technology

The seismic methods are the most common and effective ways for subsurface imaging to delineate and characterize oil and gas reservoirs. Seismic data are acquired in the field by deploying a seismic source (vibrator) that radiates elastic waves into the subsurface. The waves travel through the formations and are reflected back due to the variation […]

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BKV Breaks Free from Siloed Systems with Cloudwick’s Amorphic Data Cloud for AWS

Across the oil and gas industry, companies struggle to gain insights from data spread across siloed systems and processes. For BKV Corporation (BKV), these challenges were all too familiar, but the energy company recognized that unlocking the full value of its data was necessary for future growth. After a large acquisition in 2020, BKV knew […]

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Industrial Personnel & Hazard Tracking with Amazon Location Service

Introduction Hot work is defined as any operation that could be an origin of ignition in an environment with flammable materials. According to the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB), hot work is one of the most common causes of worker death. It is also leading cause of industrial fires. A hot work […]

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Intelligent processing of energy industry PDF reports with Amazon Textract

Customers in the energy and utilities industry process PDF documents in a number of use cases. Here are two examples we have worked on: Example 1 – In upstream and midstream, service companies such as SPL Inspection Services generate PDF reports during meter inspections. They send these reports to customers as email attachments. Customers may […]

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“Go Together”: Key Takeaways to unlocking the New Era of Energy at EAGE

Geosciences and engineering professionals congregated in Madrid this month to focus on “Leading Geosciences into a New Era.” The 83rd annual EAGE was a great opportunity to discuss how technology meets the new energy sector challenges. I enjoyed many inspiring conversations and want to share some of my takeaways about the energy transition and the […]

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