Emerson accelerates digital transformation oil & gas industry with Azure’s software

Emerson accelerates digital transformation of oil & gas industry with Azure’s software

11:46 AM, 25th September 2019
In Emerson’s multi-user integrated interpretation platform, a regional scale display of multiple 2D & 3D seismic datasets and large interpretations can be efficiently accessed on the cloud, for added
In Emerson’s multi-user integrated interpretation platform, a regional scale display of multiple 2D & 3D seismic datasets and large interpretations can be efficiently accessed on the cloud, for added team efficiency and collaboration.

HOUSTON, US: Emerson announced its entire exploration and production (E&P) software suite is now available on the cloud, enabling oil and gas companies to securely take advantage of digital technologies to better model and optimize production in new and established reservoirs.

The enormous growth in the volume and complexity of petro-technical data, combined with the need to reduce costs and enhance productivity in the E&P market, poses a growing challenge for today’s chief information officers. 

Emerson addresses these challenges by utilizing cloud computational horsepower while leveraging proven and reliable machine learning algorithms and other technologies.

Harnessing the power of Microsoft Azure also provides more flexible, scalable and collaborative work processes, helping operators increase efficiencies and achieve Top Quartile performance – operations and capital performance in the top 25 percent of peer companies.

“With our E&P software-as-a-service model and long history of domain experience, Emerson is well positioned to lead the cloud transformation for the oil and gas market. When you combine our software with our technology and experience in the production area, we have a unique capability in the oil and gas marketplace,” said Peter Zornio, chief technology officer with Emerson’s Automation Solutions business.

“Microsoft and Emerson have cooperated on cloud offerings for several years and we’re pleased to see Emerson extending its use of Microsoft Azure to support its full software suite,” said Jose Valls, CTO, Process Manufacturing, Microsoft Corp.

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