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IBM Centre of Excellence Stavanger

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IBM Centre of Excellence, Stavanger

Country General Manager
Arne Norheim, Norway

Norway's offshore industry is considered a global leader. Because of this, IBM has established a Centre of Excellence in Stavanger to develop solutions for the oil and gas industry.

  • Realizing enormous profits in the oil and gas industry

    Access to data from millions of measuring points on equipment and assets, such as pumps, valves, wells, etc, can realize NOK 300 billion over the next ten years according to a report from OLF.

Work smarter

Access to real-time data makes it possible for the industry to work smarter, across disciplines, companies and locations. Experts can gain access to the same information in real-time, regardless of location. Faster, better and safer decisions can be made with great impact on the recovery of oil and gas reserves, and lead to more optimized and efficient operations.

Integrating technology, organisation, and people

As such, IT solutions play a decisive role in securing important socio-economic values by realising the potential in ongoing innovation projects. Integration between technology, organisation and people is what will ensure profitability and competitiveness.


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