In response to the industry challenge of growing demand for low carbon energy, digital technology is playing an increasingly important role in maximizing recovery, reducing non-productive time, improving overall operational efficiency. Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and deep learning techniques are powering advanced analytics to drive the next wave of digital transformation. In January 2019, BHGE made a commitment to reduce CO2 equivalent emissions 50 percent by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2050. BHGE is also supporting customers’ efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of their operations by investing in its portfolio of lower carbon products and services. Find out more about how new and future technologies will not only improve the efficiency and profitability of operating assets, but also play an increasingly important role in reducing emissions and accelerating the low-carbon energy transition.
Head of Alliances & Channels - Digital Oil & Gas
Baker Hughes, a GE company
12:30PM - Day 1