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This webinar will cover the benefits of a standards-based approach to DAS Data management
This webinar, the first of two, covers the business benefits of the DAS data transfer standard that is part of PRODML. The presentation also touches on the history of DAS standards and the work that is under way to accelerate adoption and add streaming capabilities.
It takes place March 28th, 2019 at 9:00 AM Central Time (UTC -5), and the projected duration is one hour including time for Q&A.
Registration is open. Register here.
If you miss the live session we will be posting a recorded session a few days after the live version. You will find it in the LIBRARY section of our website under the tab "WEBINARS and VIDEO".

The speakers

Wilfred Berlang

Wilfred Berlang is currently the General Manager for Reservoir Surveillance Technology in the Projects and Technology Organization in Shell Global Solutions International B.V. Over the past 20 years Wilfred has held various roles in Shell’s technology organization in geophysics, reservoir surveillance, IT and fiber optics research. He has been involved in the development and deployment of several fiber optic down hole applications. Since 2015 Wilfred has been active in the Energistics team developing the PRODML DAS data exchange standard and he is currently a member of the Energistics PRODML Special Interest Group representing Shell.

Laurence Omerod

Laurence is the project manager and subject matter expert for PRODML. In this role, he works with Energistics SIG members to develop new data transfer capabilities from business use case definitions through to tested standards.
 Laurence has been involved with PRODML since its inception, initially as a member company champion. He has almost 40 years of oilfield experience, working with major service companies including Schlumberger and Weatherford, and with technology specialists. He was CEO of EPS Ltd which developed reservoir and production engineering software including some of the first digital oilfield solutions. He now works as a consultant and as chairman of several oilfield technology companies. Laurence is a member of SPE and has authored several SPE papers. He is a graduate of Oxford University and of Heriot-Watt University, where he sits on the faculty advisory board.