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Kongsberg Digital’s Journey in 2022

At Kongsberg Digital, we are digitalizing the world’s industries, generating exceptional impact and value for our customers. With passionate new colleagues, customers, and partners, we have laid the groundwork for a successful 2023.
The year 2022 started brightly with the abolition of covid, where people finally could travel internationally, meet their colleagues in the office and hug their dear ones. At the same time, 2022 has been a year of challenges and crises. As we are putting 2022 behind us and entering 2023, it’s an excellent opportunity to recap the achievements from the last six months of this year.

People of KDI: Get to know Nikolay Kolev

Meet Nikolay Kolev (33) who lives in Sofia, Bulgaria. Nikolay still remembers the thrill of programming on an old Bulgarian computer as a child. He made his hobby a profession and is as passionate about programming today as he was back then. When he finishes his double espresso – that is when his day starts!

Demystifying key digitalization terms in the oil and gas industry

Demystifying key digitalization terms in the oil and gas industry

Many digitalization terms have become buzzwords that we encounter all over the place. The problem is that they can mean different things to different people. It might also seem too abstract and disconnected from reality when reading about them in certain hyped tech or academic sources or in vastly different industries.

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Kongsberg Digital & Keystone

By combining the know-how from Kongsberg Digital and Keystone, we are creating a new way of interacting with Drilling and Well operations. This will make an important step in changing how the industry is working today and tomorrow, enabling more cost-efficient and sustainable operations.

Myth-busting well data information systems: WITSML vs OSDU

There is significant potential for the energy industry to benefit from capturing, storing, and analysing well data aggregated from control systems and other sources of real-time sensor data. It feeds into the company ‘data lake’, where subsurface and wells professionals have easy access to historical time and depth-based data. The companies profiting from the shared knowledge and information.

Written by: Ted Abramsen, VP Development, Digital Wells at Kongsberg Digital

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