Oct. 24, 2012


Description

Intelligent-agent systems are computational systems comprising multiple agents which are capable of making decisions and taking actions in an autonomous way. Agents maintain information about their environment and make decisions based on their perception about the state of this environment, their past experiences and their goals. Agents can also communicate with other agents and collaborate to reach common objectives. In this way, agents emulate the social behavior of humans: share partial views of a problem, enable collaboration and cooperation to make right and timely decisions and reach common objectives.

Agents are successfully implemented in both Internet and manufacturing industries. In the E&P industry the application of multi-agent systems is still incipient, but the potentialities of this kind of systems are acknowledged in the industry and there are several R&D groups working in specific applications of agent technology in asset operation and management.

In this lecture we will present one agent-based workflow automation architecture, which try to leverage the features of agent systems in an application for the oil production management. We will try to show how the nature of oil & gas production management can be represented over the information technology infrastructure using multi-agent system, reaching full-automated and intelligent workflow automation.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Dr. César Bravo
Senior Consultant - Intelligent Operation Solutions Halliburton Dr. César Bravo is senior consultant at Intelligent Operation Solutions management at Lankmark -Halliburton. He isa system engineer and has a master degree in process control and industrial automation from Universidad de los Andes – Venezuela, and a Ph.D. in applied sciences from …

Senior Consultant - Intelligent Operation Solutions
Halliburton



Dr. César Bravo is senior consultant at Intelligent Operation Solutions management at Lankmark -Halliburton. He isa system engineer and has a master degree in process control and industrial automation from Universidad de los Andes – Venezuela, and a Ph.D. in applied sciences from Universidad de los Andes – Venezuela and Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture de Systèmes – France. He has 12 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Dr. Bravo has been involved in the design and implementation of workflow automation solutions for national and international oil companies with operations in the US, Latin America and Middle East. Dr. Bravo has more than 20 scientific papers published in conferences and peer reviewed journals subscribed to important professional organizations like SPE and IFAC. His specialization is the application of artificial intelligence in the oil & gas production management.


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Organizer

Carol Piovesan


Date and Time

Wed, Oct. 24, 2012

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Courtyard on St James

1885 Saint James Pl
Houston, Texas 77056
USA