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How can we benchmark capabilities of digital technologies? How can we demonstrate capabilities to improve upon existing visualization and interpretation methodologies or uncover hidden information in old data? How can service companies and operators collaborate to bring new technology and innovation forward in solving real field problems? This is a must-attend conference for those seeking the answers to these questions and others regarding the digital transformation.

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Registration and Pricing

Registration price is $750 and includes the Monday night reception and breakfast and lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday.

When/Where:

Energy in Data Conference

17-19 June 2019

Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa
8212 Barton Club Drive
Austin, TX 78735

Who should attend?

Large, small and medium-sized operators, the service sector including innovative start-ups, the data services world, academia and the research sector. Content will be tailored toward those who are the change agents in an organization, wherever they are located – the boardroom, asset managers, geoscientists, engineers, data scientists, or ML/analytics/AI developers and practitioners.

Who is behind Energy in Data?

The Energy in Data Conference is a collaborative partnership of the three primary disciplinary societies in oil and gas – the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). SEG is operating the conference on behalf of the partnership.

Capacity is limited for this exciting inaugural conference. Be sure to register early!

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