DL Srikanta Mishra

DL Srikanta Mishra
Distinguished Lecturer Program
El lunes 12 de noviembre del año en curso en las instalaciones del PEMEX del Edificio Administrativo No. 1 en Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, la SPE Sección México recibió al último conferencista distinguido del tour 2017-2018, al Dr. Srikanta Mishracon la conferencia “Big Data Analytics: What Can It Do ForPetroleumEngineers And Geoscientists?”.

El evento registro una asistencia de 87 personas de manera presencial y 106 equipos conectados, ya sea en equipo personal o en sala de reuniones.

Una vez concluida la presentación el conferencista distinguido respondió una serie de preguntas de los asistentes, al finalizar las preguntas el director de membresía de la SPE Sección México el Dr. Carlos Palavicini Cham entregó un reconocimiento aSrikanta Mishra en nombre de la mesa directiva y la sección, agradeciendo su participación en el tour 2017-2018 el cual siempre busca el beneficio técnico para nuestros miembros.

Dr. Srikanta Mishra is Institute Fellow and Chief Scientist (Energy) at Battelle Memorial Institute, the world's largest independent contract R&D organization, where he manages a geoscience-oriented technology portfolio related to computational modeling and data analytics for geological carbon storage, shale gas development and improved oil recovery projects.  Dr. Mishra is the author of “Applied Statistical Modeling and Data Analytics for the Petroleum Geosciences” recently published by Elsevier, and has also taught multiple short courses on uncertainty quantification, statistical modeling and data analytics.  He holds a PhD degree in Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University.

Big data analytics has become quite the buzzword in recent years, and its growing application in E&P operations promises to be an exciting new development.  It involves: (1) acquiring and managing data in large volumes, of different varieties, and at high velocities, and (2) using statistical techniques to “mine” the data and discover hidden patterns of association and relationships in large, complex, multivariate datasets.  The ultimate goal is to extract as much intelligence from our ever-expanding trove of data to improve operational efficiencies and make better decisions for optimizing the performance of petroleum reservoirs.  However, the subject remains a mystery to most petroleum engineers and geoscientists because of the statistics-heavy jargon and the use of complex algorithms.In this talk, I will provide a “gentle” introduction to big data analytics by focusing on: (a) easy-to-understand descriptions of the commonly-used concepts and techniques, (b) broad categories of E&P problems that can be solved with big data analytics, and (c) case studies demonstrating the value-added proposition for big data.The one key idea I would like to offer as a takeaway is this: There is significant potential for data analytics to provide insights that can be translated into actionable information in E&P projects, but petroleum engineers and geoscientists need to have a fundamental understanding of data-driven modeling concepts, their applicability and limitations.
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