Applied Digitalization for Oil & Gas – Matching the Spirit of the Digital Age


  • Framework of the digital oilfield
  • Hands-on modern cyber model design and optimization
  • Digitalizing safely: cybersecurity
  • Organizational & behavioral aspects of digitalization
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques
  • Digital twin applications



  • Appreciate the cyber representation of physical assets and its implications
  • Effectively evaluate modern information flow and control models
  • Hone digital engineering and fourth industrial revolution (4IR) skills
  • Prepare the workplace for the coming generation of digital natives
  • Deal with the convergence of operational technology and information technology
  • Become familiar with digital connectivity and its exponential growth


Main Target Group

  • Operations supervisors
  • Production engineers
  • Instrumentation and control engineers
  • Compliance and safety officers
  • Cybersecurity analysts
  • Reservoir engineers
  • Drilling and completion engineers
  • Well services and field operators
  • Data scientists
  • Digitalization contractors
  • Computer security analysts
  • Geologists and geophysicists
  • Planning and business analysts
  • IT specialists and managers



Day One – Overview of the Digital Industry

  • Digital oilfield components
  • Monitor and control networks
  • Automation systems
  • Lessons learned from digitalization ventures
  • Value of legacy-based data
  • Informed decisions for intelligent operations

Day Two – Digitalization in Action

  • Oil & gas industry as a system
  • Digitalization value
  • Digitalization for HSSE
  • Organization and behavioral aspects
  • Machine learning techniques
  • Artificial intelligence

Day Three – Integrated Cybersecurity

  • Understanding the threat and its implications
  • Oilfield as a critical infrastructure
  • Cybersecurity Vs. physical security
  • Integrated solutions
  • Digital policies
  • Cybersecurity for contractors and subcontractors

Day Four – Applied Petroleum Informatics

  • Secure network architecture
  • Function-specific design
  • Digital twin concept
  • Digital twin Vs Traditional simulation
  • Virtual reality
  • Collaborative online environments

Day Five – Modern Information and Data Flow

  • Big data for big opportunities
  • Data and information flow
  • Control networks deployment patterns
  • Logical operations control centers
  • Project assignment
  • Project design and optimization


Location: online and onsite

Duration: 5 days or alternatively 5 weeks, 8 hours per week (available only online) 


online: It is per day per person

special group enrolment price: get a 20% discount if you enroll with at least two colleagues
onsite: + mobilization cost

Upon completion of the course, PlutosTech grants a verified digital certificate of completion to the delegates.


This training course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, and retention of the information and innovative methods presented. This includes the presentation of theoretical concepts, team and individual exercises, case study analyses, educational videos, and real-life applications. Participants in this training course will receive thorough training on the subjects covered by the seminar outline.
The delegates will also learn how to develop a modern information flow and control model for a real field.
The delegates will also be acquainted with the design of digital systems and defend the decisions made.

Why choose this Training Course?

Digitalization, in its various forms, is slated to transform the landscape of oil & gas operations. This is achieved by adding new game-changing efficiencies and transcending barriers to boost production while containing costs simultaneously. As the industry shifts paradigms toward more complex fields after the successful exploitation of the relatively “easy oil”, effective digitalization is the need of the hour.
Participants will gain first-hand exposure to new efficiencies added through digitalization while honing digital engineering skills, which are required to boost competitiveness.

Organizational Impact

As more instruments are added to the oilfield, the digital industry phenomena will dominate and inevitably result in a tectonic shift in workplace digital skills requirements. Digital successful companies will witness more hybrid engineers who possess both digital and technical asset skills. Furthermore, digital engineers understand and mitigate the implications of unintended risks.

Personal Impact

The delegates will acquire knowledge and hands-on experience to become more effective developers, evaluators and users of digital platforms. They will learn strategies to perform a quality check on digital systems and make recommendations to embark on opportunities and proactively control predicted risks.