Lessons from the pandemic:

RETHINKING

REMOTE

With CTO, Jorgen Bruntveit and Chairman, Steve Kent |  2-2:30pm CET,  25th February 2021

Join our Chairman, Steve Kent and CTO, Jorgen Bruntveit for a series of three webinars during Q1 2021.

Steve and Jorgen will be discussing “Lessons from the Pandemic” and it’s impact on various aspects of the industry.

The first webinar, Lessons from the pandemic: Increasing Oil Production, took place on 21st January at 1400 CET.  If you missed it but would still like to view it then you can access it “on-demand” here. (Access Passcode: &F4RJHXb)

The second webinar, Lessons from the pandemic: Re-thinking remote, will take place on 25th February at 1400 CET.

Digitalisation in the oil and gas industry isn’t new.

In fact, it’s been slowly integrating itself into the fabric of the sector’s operations for the last few years. But while the limelight might have shone on digital twins, artificial intelligence and virtual reality, COVID has put the floodlight on remote operational capabilities.

Together, Steve Kent, FourPhase Executive Chairman and Jorgen Bruntveit, CTO at FourPhase, discuss the impact digital technologies that enable remote operations are having on the oil and gas sector and where the industry goes next.

TALKING POINTS INCLUDE

Is there a reluctance to go remote?
Key processes operators should consider to go remote
Why is going remote desirable?
What influence has COVID-19 had on remote operations?
Jorgen Bruntveit
FourPhase CTO

Jørgen is an inventor and holder of multiple patents connected to solids removal technology. He has 17 years operational experience in the oil and gas industry, working with Baker Hughes for 10 years before joining FourPhase in 2013. Alongside solids removal technology he actively works on the development and production of high technology downhole tools.

Steve Kent
FourPhase Executive Chairman

Steve joins FourPhase with wide experience within the international oil and gas services industry. From an international career with Schlumberger and Weatherford to co-founding the investment house Epi-V leading to multiple exits in the sector.

LinkedIn

For now, you can follow us on LinkedIn

Menu