How Is Shell Driving Its AI Future?
Daniel Jeavons, Shell International Ltd.
Amjad Chaudry, Shell International Ltd.
Scientist and engineers at Shell have been using MathWorks products for 30 years to solve their technical challenges. With the revolution in cloud computing and the explosion in open-source technologies and APIs over the last decade, Shell has been on a strategic journey to develop their own digital transformation roadmap. Our most valuable assets are our data and the people who understand that data. Extracting the most from our data in terms of insights, predictions, and enablement also requires working with strategic partners, solution providers, and vendors. We are proud to have MathWorks as part of our ecosystem and transformation. MathWorks and Shell have worked closely together through DevOps to accelerate operationalizing projects across business and the end-to-end value chain. Notable deployments include Quest, a CO2 surface scanning and monitoring solution above Shell’s first carbon capture and storage (CCS) installation; MADA, an exploration tool allowing geoscientists to analyze stratigraphic analogues; and several manufacturing tools that that allow a plant to run optimally. MathWorks tools such as MATLAB Production Server™ and MATLAB Web App Server™ form part of the Shell.ai self-service DevKit, which is the technology stack backbone for developers, scientists, and technicians to develop, build, test, and deploy their AI solutions. Looking to the future, Shell is committed to strengthening its partnerships through the Open AI Energy Initiative (OAI) and framework. The intent is to have an integrated, interoperable platform that allows for rapid development and deployment of AI solutions at scale that can be commercialized, supported, and maintained at an affordable cost. Shell understands that a cross-sector approach is the best way to develop AI tools for the energy industry and its transition to new energies.
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