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Oil and gas firms look to big data to meet carbon challenge

Sharing data will help firms integrate solar, wind and gas offerings

Oil and gas firms looking to help countries decarbonise must use and share data in much more efficient ways if they are to be successful, according to speakers at a Reuters panel. Traditionally, oil firms have not used data very effectively, keeping it siloed in different departments. However, recent advances in technology have allowed them to move away from this approach, according to James Moran, vice president of Dataworx at BP. “If we can stitch together information from the different silos — for example geoscience, subsurface and wells—we should have a far safer and environmentally sound operation at the end of it,” he says. >190 – Number of OSDU members As BP transition

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