Webinar: "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Canadian Energy Industry"

Live Webinar: "Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in the Canadian Energy Industry"

12:00 p.m. MST (UTC -7) Thursday, February 24, 2022

1:00 p.m. CST  |  7:00 p.m. GMT |  Timezone Converter

1 hour (inclusive of Q&A)

Mark Le Dain, SVP, Strategy & Corporate Development, Validere
Brendan Bennett, Machine Learning Lead, Mancal Energy Inc.
Mike Henry, Energy & Business Law Associate, Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP

Digital innovation in commercial spheres has largely been a story of improving efficiency and reliability while reducing costs. In the energy sector, these innovations have been a result of oil and gas companies doing what they do best: relying on talented engineers to improve on existing solutions. Improvements have quickly spread across the industry, bringing down costs and making processes more efficient.

Advanced computing technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to bring dramatic improvements in efficiency, and decreases in cost to the Canadian energy industry. Our speakers will discuss their experiences employing AI and machine learning to new energy applications, from improving efficiencies in exploration and production, to reducing waste across the energy supply chain. We will then look forward to predict the larger scale impact these technologies may have on the industry as a whole. This webinar is organized by the Canada Chapter. 

Registration Fees:
Member - complimentary
Non-Member - $25

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Please register at the link to the right. Login details will be provided via email on February 23.