The future of innovation and the way we do business in the energy industry going forward is all about collaboration, which is why we started Corvacon to be the catalyst for change by connecting stakeholders, from innovators and developers to the field and board room decision makers
HOUSTON (PRWEB) May 20, 2021
Corva, the leader in real-time drilling and completion analytics, celebrates Corvacon today, an inaugural event centered around the voice of the oil & gas community and solving common challenges together. The event is slated to take place twice a year in the spring and fall to foster an open discussion of topics impacting the oil & gas community, including digital transformation, emerging trends, and the energy transition. Spring Corvacon is being held at Corva's Houston headquarters featuring prominent speakers from major oil & gas companies and thought leaders who will participate in an ESG panel discussion. Corva users and other energy professionals will also learn the latest digital oilfield trends and best practices throughout the day with presentations spanning data quality, offshore drilling optimization, and other innovations from Corva.
“The future of innovation and the way we do business in the energy industry going forward is all about collaboration, which is why we started Corvacon to be the catalyst for change by connecting stakeholders, from innovators and developers to the field and board room decision makers,” said Ryan Dawson, Corva’s founder and CEO. “Corvacon's knowledge sharing agenda is packed with best practices and emerging trends to help energy companies build faster, better, safer, more profitable wells and we're excited to show just how Corva is responding to industry needs with powerful new innovations,” he said. Dawson commented, “ESG is just as much a key performance indicator as footage in the zone and stages per day; I'm so proud that again Corva is on the front line of change with today's ESG panel to drive the conversation forward.”
To succeed amidst constantly shifting market conditions and evolving ESG policy, drilling and completion teams must continuously improve processes and drive higher levels of operational and cost efficiency. As a result, the oil & gas industry is prioritizing digital oilfield transformation to improve drilling efficiency, fracturing performance, process safety, emissions, and other business drivers. Corvacon aims to bring all stakeholders together twice a year to provide a catalyst for innovation and accelerate impactful change by connecting the oil & gas community, technology providers, influencers, thought leaders, and energy professionals.
The spring Corvacon agenda includes:
- Opportunities to connect and collaborate, plus presentations from leading oil & gas companies, Corva partners, and subject matter experts.
- Environmental, social, governance (ESG) panel discussion with experts on sustainability and industry media who will provide their perspectives on the rapidly evolving policy picture and the response from operators and market participants.
- In depth breakout sessions on identifying hazards, analyzing offset well pressure, drilling and completion best practices, enhanced wellbore placement, analyzing nonproductive time, and integrating geoscience and engineering workflows.
- Updates on key areas where Corva is responding to the needs of the oil & gas industry, including elevating data quality for real time operations centers, improving productivity with new integrations, optimizing offshore drilling, and improving data consumption.
With its latest wave of innovations, Corva continues its successful track record of partnering with the oil & gas community to solve business challenges together by targeting specific pain points across the rig and real time operations centers.
Corva is a Houston-based technology startup focused on helping oil & gas companies to optimize drilling and completions through real-time data insights and analytics. The company built a first-of-its-kind software platform for delivering a suite of nearly 100 mobile and web apps to monitor drilling and completions, identify hazardous conditions, and give users recommendations based on current and historical subsurface data. As a result, Corva increases rate of penetration, improves frac performance, and reduces costly rig downtime. Corva’s software products support oil & gas drilling operations across North America with hundreds of users, including drilling engineers, superintendents, rig crews, and management. For more information, please visit http://www.corva.ai.