On the 20th of June, Christopher Blake, Head of Research and Development, took to the stage at the OEUK Digital Conference to deliver an insightful talk on data silos.
Chris shed light on the pressing challenge of data silos within the energy sector and shared how the industry can overcome these obstacles using advanced data analytics techniques.
The conference brought together industry peers and thought leaders at the forefront of the data and digital landscape.
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“The event focused on the UK’s Offshore Energy Digital Strategy, which is critical for the UK’s ambition to expand into cleaner energy sources.
The conference builds on the work of the Offshore Energy Digital Strategy Group, which coordinates a joined-up, cross-sector approach to using digital technologies to decarbonise the UK energy system and ensure the nation has security of supply. OEUK hosted the event with support from the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA), the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and the Open Data Institute with sponsorship from AMDARIS.
The conference provides an arena for delegates to share knowledge, encourage engagement, and to contribute to the digital future of offshore energy.”