Date(s) - 26/11/2018
09:00 - 11:30
Workshop for software developers.
Access to realistic data sets and specific sensor output is of high value for companies developing new software applications for the O&G-industry. Operators have started sharing more data, like Equinor’s open access to production data from the closed down Volve field, and AkerBP’s and Lundin’s sharing of production data from Ivar Aasen and Edvard Grieg. We will in this workshop present which data and data types that are shared by the operators today, how to get access to these data, and what strategies the operators have for future sharing of more data.
The goal of the workshop is both to share knowledge about available data types and data sources, and to identify challenges with data access from the developers’ perspective. Furthermore, we will explore the possibility of establishing a digital testbed, or sandbox, where developers can test and validate their solutions on realistic data sets.
Program: 09.00 - 09.15: Welcome and introduction, Emil Løvgren (Subsea Valley). 09.15 - 09.45: EIT Sandbox - What is this and plans for moving forward, Nina Reisersgaard and Petter Hermansen (Equinor). 09.45 - 10.15: Data sharing strategies in Lundin, Kim Alexander Jørgensen (Lundin). 10.30 - 10.50: Data sharing - a key to an open and collaborative industry, Anders Frostrud (Cognite). 10.50 - 11.00: Open laboratories for subsurface and operational data. David Cameron and Adnan Latif (SIRIUS/UiO). 11.00 - 11.30: Data sharing from an SMB/developer perspective, André Bakken (Oliasoft), Bjørn-Erik Dale (Solution Seeker) and Halvard Ellingsen (Turbulent Flux).
Presentations from the workshop are available here: Presentations.
For more information, contact Project Manager: Emil Løvgren