The future of field workers in oil and gas

Oil and Gas leaders in North America are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “The future of field workers in oil and gas”.

Participants can expect a stimulating program in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a certain number of guests per event.

The future of field workers in oil and gas

The expectations on field workers in asset-intensive sectors such as oil and gas  are higher than ever. There are, of course, the usual productivity demands that apply to all industries: efficient operations, managed costs, delivery to SLAs, etc. However, oil and gas presents some unique challenges for field-based teams.

Field workers need access to dynamic asset information and associated tasks, but they are usually in physically challenging and potentially hazardous environments, with low or no bandwidth, working on assets that may be hard to identify and, indeed, may be moving around. Field workers often operate as a crew, flying in or out on a specific roster that may have a strict structure and a focus on fatigue management.

  • How do companies ensure continuity between shifts?
  • If a crew member with a critical skill is sick, how do the gaps get filled?
  • How can preventative maintenance be automated? What role can remote assist technology play to maximize productivity?

Join leaders interested in learning how to achieve long-term, scalable transformation in oil and gas and increase industry-wide sustainability levels.

Job titles may include IT Director, Operations Director, and other decision-makers in Site Management, Production Management, and Asset Management.

2:00 PM: Log in of the guests
2:10 PM: Welcome from The Ortus Club and short address from Avanade
2:15 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:15 PM: Discussion brought to a close

Hosted by Avanade, Microsoft, and Velrada


Event Detail

Thursday, August 25, 2022 14:00
North America

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