March 8, 2005


Description

Although the knowledge-management concept has existed for several decades, its application in the oil and gas industry has been limited until recently because of the computer power requirement and the nature of our industry.  As a result of the dramatic advances in the information-technology industry and artificial-intelligence technologies in the last decade, more powerful computers, high-speed computer networks, and many great tools and techniques have made knowledge management feasible, easier, more reliable, and more useful in our industry. 

Many of us have dreamed of a situation in which we access real-time operation data, and reach a group of experts virtually, to make sound engineering and economic decisions anytime, anywhere in the world with only a few keystrokes.  That dream is happening in many areas in our industry, and is what knowledge management is about. 

This presentation will introduce the knowledge management, including concepts, purposes, processes, tools, and some application examples from our daily life inside the petroleum industry.

If you are not pre-registered by March 3, 5:00 PM, you will be required to pay $40 at the door as a walk-in. 

If you paid on-line, please print and bring credit card receipt. 


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Organizer

Pam Jones


Date and Time

Tue, March 8, 2005

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Sheraton Houston Brookhollow

3000 North Loop West
Houston, TX 77092