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Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor,
and Rune Olsen

Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor, and Rune Olsen

Martin Richards

Martin is currently responsible for the Energy Industry Solutions business within EMC’s ECD. Five years ago Martin set up a team to design, develop and deploy content management (Documentum) solutions focused on the Energy Industry. Based on many years previous experience of content management Martin and his team built the Energy Industry solutions and took them to market in mid 2011. Capital Projects, Asset Operations and Supplier Exchange – the Energy Industry Solutions - are aimed at managing content and processes within the Engineering functions of Energy Companies.  The first CP solution was sold in Q3 2011 and CP and AO have now been sold to 50+ organizations, in the Oil and Gas, Mining and Engineering markets. Based on the success achieved in 2011 CP and AO became a fully managed EMC products in 2012.


José María Sotomayor

José María Sotomayor started his career as software engineer in Intecsa Industrial, a Spanish EPC company delivering projects for major O&G companies such as Repsol, Cepsa or DOW Chemicals. There he developed his passion and knowledge on Engineering projects and their related Information Technologies. He specialized on content management software and worked several years as a consultant for a Systems Integrator company named Imdea. Since 2006, he works as Senior Systems Engineer for the Enterprise Content Division of EMC, enjoying his passion for Engineering and computers in the Energy & Engineering vertical at EMC.


Rune Olsen

Rune Olsen has been working in the Software Information Management area for the last 15 years with experience in Business Process Management, Case Management and Enterprise Content Management. He currently works In EMC Enterprise Content Division as senior system engineer within the Energy & Engineering group, with a focus on Oil & Gas. The key areas we look into are compliance, collaboration, process management and operations automation.

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In this post-Macondo era in the upstream oil and gas industry, well design and Integrity across the full well life-cycle is now of increasing concern to industry management and regulators. Industry research indicates that a large number of wells are affected by integrity problems.In this webinar we take a look at how ISO standard 16530-1 can help...Full Article »
In the past two years, more than $400 billion-worth megaprojects have been postponed, re-phased, re-cycled or cancelled:  it is unlikely that any of them will ever feature in the future energy landscape. Yet this is potentially a good thing. Over the span of the previous decade, the majority of oil and gas megaprojects have landed more...Full Article »
The desire to automate business processes and remote connectivity in critical infrastructure is rising due to the efficiencies gained through the interconnection of standard IT or “business” networks to these critical operational systems or Operational Technology (OT). And due to the modernization of technologies used in critical infrastructure...Full Article »
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The ageing assets present the Oil and Gas industry with a continuous and growing challenge.There is incorrect or missing legacy information, lack of integrity, unsafe situations and inefficient execution of operation and maintenance. Given that a facility may have been in operation for a number of decades, critical information may be incompatible...Full Article »
Performance Management Oil and EnergyAsset Performance Management (APM) solutions are being revisited by end users as they, like many other applications in the Digital Oilfield - have underperformed relative to customer expectations.  It is believed that one of the challenges past in performance management in oil and energy is that APM...Full Article »
The oil  gas industry is going through tough times. Low oil prices are putting further pressure on companies to hit higher levels of efficiency and productivity whilst still making cost reductions. A trend common amongst the industry's leading operators, primary and secondary distributors and oilfield service companies, is the use of...Full Article »
Tags: oil|gas|quintiq
The webinar will be a journey that will show you how and oil & gas "Company X" can fall foul of a cyber attack, what the stages of such an attack are and where they come from. In a "when" rather than "if" scenario, it will be most important to react to these attacks and limit the damage...Full Article »
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Watch this on-demand webinar to hear Chevron and IHS discuss a roadmap for effective process safety management to reduce the likelihood of significant incidents and maintain reliable operations....Full Article »
Handover costs for a USD1 billion facility can be up to USD 20 million. It is therefore critical for Owner Operators to achieve timely EPC handover, and avoid production delays caused by incorrect or incomplete asset data.Managing the handover of data and documentation from projects to operations is especially daunting. The volumes are vast – even...Full Article »
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