Machines Prescribing Recipes From ‘Things,’ Earth And People

How would the major technological transformations unfolding in other industries affect oil & gas?

Unless you have been living under a rock – no pun intended – you have experienced the buzz in today’s business media about the Internet of Things and Big Data Analytics. Some of you may have even wondered how would these macro trends impact finding and extracting more oil faster, cheaper and safer. This article explores how a technology that sits in the middle of these two trends is poised to transform oil and gas operations, with a focus on unconventional oil development.

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Science Fiction Now A Fact In The E&P World

For any pioneer, the future holds great promise and great mystery. Solving mysteries often requires overcoming challenges before the rewards can be fully realized. But what if a pioneer was given a time machine that allowed him to glimpse into the future before returning to the present? That pioneer would likely use that knowledge to prevent the hurdles in his way and to discover even greater resources he might otherwise have missed, allowing him to potentially reap greater rewards.

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Intel and Ayata Joint Article – Prescriptive Analytics: An Adaptive Crystal Ball

Currently used to improve fracking, prescriptive analytics can not only show future outcomes, but it can also recalibrate algorithms to make better and better predictions for any industry.

Knowledge is power, according to Francis Bacon, but knowing how to use knowledge to create an improved future is even more powerful. The birth of a sophisticated Internet of Things has catapulted hybrid data collection, which mixes structured and unstructured data, to new heights…

Atanu BasuIntel and Ayata Joint Article – Prescriptive Analytics: An Adaptive Crystal Ball

What the Frack: U.S. Energy Prowess With Shale, Big Data Analytics

As shocking as it might seem, for the first time in decades the U.S. is an energy superpower. According to the International Energy Agency, by 2016 the U.S. will surpass Saudi Arabia and Russia to become the world’s largest oil producer. But, fracking remains a suboptimum process making operators leave billions behind. Enter Prescriptive Analytics and its ability to combine insights videos, images, sounds, texts and numbers to help improve production performance from unconventional plays.

Atanu BasuWhat the Frack: U.S. Energy Prowess With Shale, Big Data Analytics