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Introducing Emerson Exploration and Production Software

April 17, 2018
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Presented by: 
Indy Chakrabarti, Senior Vice President of Product Management and Strategy

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Abstract

Find out how Emerson’s new Exploration and Production (E&P) software portfolio, comprising Paradigm and Roxar software, can better help oil and gas operators increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve return on investment. The new end-to-end E&P software portfolio that enables customers to transform their organizations and E&P workflows, and connect subsurface technology to operational activities, reducing uncertainty and supporting responsible asset management. The combination of Paradigm and Roxar software gives operators the intelligent information and tools they need to increase operational capabilities and achieve Top Quartile Performance on investment in new and established oil and gas reservoirs.

Areas of particular strength for the new offering are advanced digital automation across the reservoir lifecycle, and the increased focus on Cloud storage, Machine Learning and data analytics. We have a deep understanding of the distinctive data diversity, complexity, storage requirements, and demanding visualization and computational needs of the industry. Today we use Machine Learning in areas such as seismic interpretation and log interpretation, and our goal is to take digitization across the entire reservoir lifecycle.


Biography

Indy_sm.jpgIndy Chakrabarti is Senior Vice President of Strategy at the Exploration and Production Software Division of Emerson, responsible for advising on product and marketing direction. Mr. Chakrabarti has more than 20 years of experience in product strategy, corporate marketing, and product management. He holds a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and an MS in Engineering Logistics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.