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Big Data and Analytics Applied to Oil and Gas

Informational value is the most important commodity throughout the oil and gas industry – from upstream operators to pipelines that deliver products to world markets.

Newly embedded devices and sensors make it easier to collect data at an ever-increasing rate; while cloud storage technologies make it simpler to store the data. However, real value is created from data when informational context and associations are made inside and outside of an organisation.

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