iOps Command Centers for Oil and Gas Producers

by | Sep 10, 2015 | Industry, Oil & Gas

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Emerson's Jeff Dymond


A lot of change is occurring for oil and gas producers. Rapid staffing up to meet the demands of heavy project loads followed by heavy cutbacks of experienced people in the large drop in oil prices over the past year.

These economic conditions, coupled with the challenging demographics of experts retiring are causing the need to reevaluate operational practices.

In this quick 1:15 YouTube video, iOps Command Center for Oil & Gas Producers, Emerson’s Jeff Dymond describes how integrated operations combine technology with remote expertise to help efficiently and effectively manage oil and gas production operations.

When this video was taken at the Offshore Technology Conference earlier this year when oil was $60 per barrel to today where prices have dropped an additional 25%, the need to make operations more efficient and reliable is even greater.

You can connect with other oil & gas experts in the Oil & Gas group in the Emerson Exchange 365 community.

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