A successful midstream digital transformation journey relies on a sound digitalization strategy, dependable infrastructure, and a reliable technology platform.
Digitalization means enabling analytical tools such as predictive or prescriptive maintenance, running real time models in a simulated environment or “Digital Twins” to compare reality with engineered design. This also includes other applications to improve performance or identify inefficiencies. These advanced tools require compute power to be deployed at the “Edge.”
Attendees of this webinar will learn how to:
- Explore creating a plug and play environment at the Edge can ensure that today’s operators, electricians and automation techs can support this critical computer infrastructure with little to no training
- Understand how infrastructures supporting high availability and fault tolerance protects critical data used in analytical analysis.
- Increase the value of midstream digitalization solutions through a better understanding of virtualization and redundancy.
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General Manager, Oil and Gas, Stratus Technologies
Corie Allemand is the Global Leader for Oil and Gas with Stratus Technologies. He is responsible for go to market strategy and driving the global business. Over the past 25+ years, Corie has held various roles providing solutions and services to Super Majors, NOCs, Independent Operators as well as most pipeline companies. Corie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and a Master’s in Business Administration.
Editor-in-Chief, Pipeline & Gas Journal
Mike Reed is the Editor-in-Chief and has been with Pipeline & Gas Journal for over six years, where he coordinates, edits and writes about global energy projects and transportation issues, and manages prints edition and web content. His on-site coverage of pipelines and related issues has taken him to such diverse locations as the Marcellus shale region in Pennsylvania and Germany in recent years. Mike is responsible for compiling Pipeline & Gas Journal’s annual 500 Pipeline Report, the industry’s most comprehensive statistical review of U.S. energy pipeline systems. In 2015, Mike won the Lone Star Award for his coverage of aging pipeline infrastructure in the United States.
Prior to that, Mike won numerous awards working as regional editor at Houston Community Newspaper, where he coordinated news coverage for five-county area, and wrote centerpiece articles primarily concerning economic, governmental, economic, and health and safety issues. He also manages a team of community bloggers and wrote a weekly humor column. Prior to that, he worked as a copy editor at the Houston Post and has more than 25 years of newspaper experience.