How Industry 4.0 is Reshaping Oil and Gas Recruitment

In an interview given to Gaurav Sharma from Rigzone, Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, discusses how the wider adoption of ‘Industry 4.0’, or the fourth industrial revolution, is reshaping the oil and gas recruitment.

According to Dr Nakhle, hiring practices associated with Industry 4.0 are perhaps more visible downstream, courtesy methods deployed by vendors. However, it is in the upstream sector where the new skill-set has come into its element. Industry 4.0 sees new oil and gas hires integrating data collected from disparate drilling tools, often housed by different OFS vendors contracted by their exploration and production (E&P) paymasters, to analyze the full picture of production and learn real-time lessons from it.

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Discussing the impact of digitalisation on employment in the oil and gas sector at the seminar organised by Access for Women in Energy on 11th October 2018 in London.


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