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Pivoting to green through AI adoption

Greater digital maturity will be an important factor in the race to cut emissions and shift to lower-carbon energy

Deploying digital tools like AI will be crucial to decarbonising operations in the oil and gas sector and meeting growing ESG demands, according to a panel of experts speaking at a PE Roundtable discussion on sustainability and digitalisation. “If you are able to reduce your carbon footprint by 40pc for one field development, it makes a massive difference,” says Oleg-Serguei Schkoda, an independent adviser on digital transformation and AI in the energy transition. “You do not need to be a Shell or ExxonMobil to start deploying AI or using your data. Data needs to be used to optimise processes and reduce the carbon footprint.” M Ananth Baliga, head of operating management systems at Indian



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