November 2020

Digitalization

From siloed to connected: Why the oil and gas industry is going digital

Oil, gas and petrochemical organizations generate vast amounts of data throughout their operations, from exploration and extraction to refining, testing and real-time monitoring.

Van Cann, B., Thermo Fisher Scientific

Oil, gas and petrochemical organizations generate vast amounts of data throughout their operations, from exploration and extraction to refining, testing and real-time monitoring. Collecting, connecting and utilizing this data in an optimal way is key to maximizing efficiency and accuracy, ensuring traceability and compliance, and protecting productivity and profit. To this end, petrochemical companies can greatly benefit from the standardization and centralization delivered by advanced data management tools, including chromatography data systems (CDS), laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and laboratory execution systems (LES). Used together, such tools enable integrated end-to-

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