Lessons Learned and Decision-Making Tool for Engineering Projects

According to the World Petroleum Council (WPC), the average age of employees in Oil and Gas companies is 50 years, and it is estimated that in the next 5 years 40-60% of them will retire. The consequence is an age-related crisis in the sector given that, in many cases, the knowledge accumulated goes with the retiring gray-beards. The objective of this project is to start paving the way for the development of a novel software system that supports timely decision-making tasks based on lessons learned and best practices in the oil and gas industry, addressing a current need of a major company in the Maritime region of reducing the overhead of the complicated process of retrieving all necessary pieces of information to solve a problem.

Faculty Supervisor:

Fernando Paulovich


Mitchell Kane


Waterford Energy Services Inc


Computer science


Information and communications technologies




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