June 11th, 2020 – Solutions for the oil, gas & petrochemicals industry
USA : 2 PM EST
EUROPE : 10 AM CET
FREE WEBINAR

Solutions for the oil, gas & petrochemicals industry

INDUSTRY

  • Oil, gas and petrochemicals
  • Bilk chemicals
  • Specialty chemicals

THE CHALLENGES

  • Determine performance of fracturing fluids
  • Optimizing a lubricant formulation
  • Design heterogeneous catalysts

THE WORK

  • Build reliable digital twins of products of interest
  • Predict absorption of fracturing fluids in their environment
  • Estimate performance properties for a lubricant formulation
  • Analyze and interpret the results

THE RESULTS

  • Predict viscosity, thermal conductivity and maximum temperature
  • Determine catalytic pathways
  • Optimizing the oil recovery process

The oil and gas industry faces three challenges: reducing costs, optimizing the performance of its industrial assets and improving its environmental footprint. In this webinar we will present how SCIENOMICS technology can help in Upstream applications such as optimizing the performance of fracturing fluids, identifying the interaction of additives with the soil and surrounding liquids and helping to minimize the use of environmentally harmful chemicals. Similarly, in Downstream applications we will present how SCIENOMICS can assist in the design of lubricants, homogenous and heterogenous catalysts, water treatment and other additives as well as polymers through simulation of the relevant processes involved and by optimizing the performance of the products. A multitude of simulation techniques can be applied and is offered by Scienomics, including machine learning, classical simulations and quantum mechanics. Anyone interested in oil, gas and petrochemicals upstream/downstream applications will benefit from this free webinar and Q&A session. We will be pleased to have you with us!


The examples presented will demonstrate how to translate a real-life problem in a simulation strategy applied on the digital twin of the product of interest. In particular:

  • Assessing the performance of fracturing fluids
  • Predicting viscosity behavior of lubricant formulations
  • A micelle approaching and merging with a bilayer.

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