Aramco to expand its operational analytics with Seeq

Saudi Aramco

Saudi oil and gas major Aramco has geared up to further expand its operational analytics strategy as part of its ongoing digital transformation program. With this plan, Saudi Aramco and US-based software company Seeq have signed an agreement.

Under the pact, Seeq will provide Aramco engineers and subject matter experts with its self-service analytics, predictive modelling data analytics, and visualization tools.

Seeq’s software and tools will enable Aramco to automate error detection in multi-phase measurements, predict catalyst deactivation rate and coking, along with analysis of corrosion rate.

The oil and gas producer can add new capabilities using Seeq’software. These include automated monitoring of oilfield advanced process control, fleet-wide asset monitoring and operational predictive analytics models for sustainability insights

“Seeq is empowering our engineers and subject matter experts with easy-to-use analytics tools to truly democratise data science. We see this as a key element for scaling operational analytics across the organisation,” said Walid A. Al-Naeem, Manager – Process and Control Systems Department, Saudi Aramco.

For the software deployment and integration, Seeq has partnered with the Saudi based IT services company Crucial Solutions & Services (CSS).

“We are pleased to partner with Crucial Solutions & Services (CSS) to collaborate on Aramco’s industrial digitalisation initiatives. We will do this by leveraging big data, machine learning, and computer science innovations,” added Lisa Graham, CEO – Seeq.

“Seeq will help Saudi Aramco reach new levels of process efficiency, production optimization, and interdisciplinary collaboration. We look forward to working closely with Aramco and Seeq,” commented Sulaiman Alzuhair, GM and Founder – CSS.

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