Digital Oilfield – An Integrated Approach

Along with the development of Industry 4.0, the Oil and Gas Industry has employed Digital Twins as new way to lower cost, monitor assets, optimize maintenance, and minimize downtime by creating the connection between the physical world and the digital world. The digital oilfield collect enormous amounts of data from sensors, measuring devices, and other sources. The quantity of data is updated frequently and grows dramatically over time. This data must be stored, managed, and analyzed. Data analysis is crucial for the success of digitalization and is required to support data mining and machine learning. Understanding and supporting the evolving role of people in operations is also critical to the successful introduction and sustainability digital technology within a company. This project aims to assess the concept of designing a multi-operational Digital Twin for Offshore Newfoundland.

Faculty Supervisor:

Lesley James


Trung Trinh


Petroleum Newfoundland & Labrador


Engineering - other


Oil and gas




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