Will Digitization Move Jobs Back To Shore?

Digitization may be a buzzword in the oil and gas industry, but it has become so for a reason. New digital solutions have transformed what offshore drilling companies are able to do and learn in the process.

McDermott Global Vice President of Engineering Vaseem Khan admits that the industry is slow to change, but this burgeoning revolution of automation, data gathering and connectivity could lead to an acceleration of new processes.

MarketScale caught up with Khan at OTC 2019 in Houston this week to get his thoughts on some of the biggest trends in oil and gas today.

Applying A Digital Solution

Eliminating Mundane Tasks

We Don’t Standardize

Moving Offshore Careers Back To Shore

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