Pom Sabharwal

Pom Sabharwal

Geoscience Cloud Strategic Advisor – ESSA & Eurasia Region Halliburton

Pom Sabharwal has held various positions in strategy, product marketing and business development at Landmark – Halliburton since joining in 1994 in the UK, He was also responsible for Global Marketing and North America Business Development at Schlumberger for Geoscience & Reservoir Engineering. Prior to his service company career, he worked for two large independent oil & gas operators on UK North Sea oil & gas development assets in Production Geoscience.  During his career he has worked in the following regions -  Europe, Middle East and North America regions,  and in his recent role was to create awareness working with CloudOps, DevOps & Founding members of OpenEarth Community as Sr. Strategy & Business Manager. He is currently a Strategic Advisor Geoscience and Cloud Technologies based on London for Europe, Eurasia & Sub-Sahara Africa Region.
He studied Geosciences at Birkbeck, University of London.
 
 

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Thursday 07/11/2019

From 12:00 To 12:30

11/07/2019 12:00 11/07/2019 12:30 Well Construction Digital Twin using Edge Appliances, Data Driven and Physics Based Models The Digital Twin in the Oil and Gas, well construction is a virtual reproduction of the prospect well and the elements surrounding it ie well trajectory, reservoir, rig and downhole equipment. By combining the mathematical models, software algorithms, and data models one can build a digital twin that represents as accurate as technically possible. One of the key challenge for constructing a well is the uncertainty in subsurface environment. The composition and properties of surface geology and the reservoir are typically interpreted, and risk of error is always there that could lead to well failure or could make the well uneconomical. By integrating the modelling software, historic data from offset wells and live access to real-time data, we not only can construct the well digital twin but also can adopt the changes observed during the execution phase. Future Technology & Innovation Forum

Future Technology & Innovation Forum

"Well Construction Digital Twin using Edge Appliances, Data Driven and Physics Based Models"

Pom Sabharwal
Time and date

Thursday 07/11/2019

From 12:00 To 12:30

11/07/2019 12:00 11/07/2019 12:30 Well Construction Digital Twin using Edge Appliances, Data Driven and Physics Based Models The Digital Twin in the Oil and Gas, well construction is a virtual reproduction of the prospect well and the elements surrounding it ie well trajectory, reservoir, rig and downhole equipment. By combining the mathematical models, software algorithms, and data models one can build a digital twin that represents as accurate as technically possible. One of the key challenge for constructing a well is the uncertainty in subsurface environment. The composition and properties of surface geology and the reservoir are typically interpreted, and risk of error is always there that could lead to well failure or could make the well uneconomical. By integrating the modelling software, historic data from offset wells and live access to real-time data, we not only can construct the well digital twin but also can adopt the changes observed during the execution phase. Future Technology & Innovation Forum
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