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5-Minute Guide to Well Engineering

The dirtiest part of drilling for fossil fuels might not be the equipment, the oil and gas, or even the drilling mud. What's too often the dirtiest, meanest part might be extracting data and refining it for critical insights with data tools unfit for the job. Looking after a rig or a whole asset, you need a tool that immediately updates information as you change wells or filter conditions.

Big Data Analytics in Oil & Gas: Production Surveillance and Completions Optimization

In this webcast, Michael O’Connell, Chief Data Scientist at TIBCO, and Tim Yotter, Reservoir Engineer at Encana, will discuss TIBCO Spotfire approaches to well surveillance and completions analytics for production optimization.

Big Data and Analytics in Oil and Gas – Accelerating Insight in this Rapidly Changing Industry

In this Webcast Jill Feblowitz, Vice President, Utilities and Oil and Gas at IDC Insights will share insights from across the industry regarding how a Big Data and Analytics strategy is helping a number of organizations tackle the issues of enhancing production in conventional and unconventional plays, speeding resource discovery and provide early warning of disruptive events.

Big Data in Oil and Gas, with Teradata and Spotfire

In this webcast, Teradata and Spotfire will share insights from across the industry regarding how a Unified Data Architecture can help organizations tackle the issues of enhancing production in conventional and unconventional plays, speed discovery, and provide early warning of disruptive events.

Chevron: Mark Ruths on Spotfire

"We could see all our data in every dimension that’s important, easily filter it and watch it instantaneously change to answer our key questions…it’s like the nirvana of data analysis."

Event Analytics in Machine Management

In this webcast, Michael O'Connell of TIBCO Spotfire demonstrates how the monitoring of real-time events combined with modern analytical techniques can improve asset uptime, optimize maintenance schedules, and predict remedial work.

GE: Bryan Saunders on Spotfire

"The first reaction was "WOW"...how can it be this easy?"

Measure Only What Truly Matters in Energy: Introduction to Spotfire Mobile Metrics

In this webcast, Bryan Colyer of TIBCO will demonstrate how Spotfire Mobile Metrics enables management by exception, delivering real-time data to mobile devices of energy professionals.

Netback Analysis and Insight into Refining

In this webcast, Michael O'Connell of TIBCO Spotfire and Patrick Long of Opportune will illustrate how Spotfire analyses and visualizations drive actionable insights for refining.

NextEra Energy Resources Leverages TIBCO Spotfire S+ for Wind Project Assessment

With the need for new sources of power generation to meet increasing demand, NextEra Energy deployed the TIBCO Spotfire S+ statistical analysis and programming environment to integrate statistical modeling and data mining into its wind prospecting assessment with a goal to develop a 10,000 megawatt (MW) wind generation facility.

Oil and Gas: Production Optimization 5-Minute Guide

Modern oil and gas production optimization calls for a modern analytic platform, one that performs in several critical areas.

Predictive Analytics in Oil and Gas with Spotfire

This webcast covers predictive and event-driven analytics applications for oil and gas exploration, including interactive multivariate Spotfire visualizations enabled with modeling, simulation, forecasting, optimization and data mining methodologies.

Predictive Analytics with TIBCO Spotfire and TIBCO Enterprise Runtime for R

TIBCO Spotfire is the premier data discovery and analytics platform, which provides powerful capabilities for our customers, such as dimension-free data exploration through interactive visualizations, and data mashup to quickly combine disparate data to gain insights masked by data silos or aggregations.

Recognizing the Value of Untapped Data Assets: Big Data and Analytics in Oil and Gas

In this whitepaper, IDC Energy Insights addresses the use of Big Data and analytics in the oil and gas industry. The document explores two examples of how Big Data and analytics technologies are currently being used to improve water injection strategy and reduce the time and cost to drill. It also addresses how Big Data and analytics can help enhance production, speed resource discovery, or provide early warning of potentially disruptive incidents.

Shell: Vince Fredrick on Spotfire

"We were really surprised at how easy it was to put data into Spotfire"

Spotfire for Production Optimization in Oil and Gas

In this webcast, Steve Farr of TIBCO Spotfire presents energy use cases and applications demonstrating how Spotfire’s dimension-free data exploration platform empowers customers to develop more effective strategies for hydrocarbon production optimization.

Taming the Digital Oil Field for Enhanced Cooperation: TIBCO OpenSpirit Extension for Spotfire Analytics

In this webcast, Clay Harter of TIBCO OpenSpirit and Steve Farr of TIBCO Spotfire demonstrate how the OpenSpirit Extension for Spotfire delivers advanced statistical analysis for more accurate forecasts and reduced exploration costs.

TIBCO Spotfire Mobile Metrics

Spotfire Mobile Metrics gives you the tools to be better informed. You probably already have metrics and KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) in your existing BI platform, but they are invisible and inaccessible. Mobile Metrics connects rapidly to these sources and exposes them to the mobile device of your choice.

Transforming Well Surveillance and Reporting at Apache with TIBCO Spotfire

In this webcast, Kevin Konopko, Sr. Drilling Performance Engineer, Apache Corporation, will highlight how many of the tools Apache has developed with Spotfire have increased visibility into their operations and increase efficiency.

Using Analytics to Manage Asset Integrity, with Teradata and Spotfire

In this webcast, Joseph Taylor of Teradata and Jon Guthrie of TIBCO Spotfire will discuss how advanced analytics can help energy and utility businesses mitigate the risk of maintenance policies while optimizing the cost structure of the asset portfolio and its associated repair and replacement regimes.

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