As digital disruption continues to permeate all industries, offshore operations are among those set to benefit. From predictive analytics and Big Data in oil and gas, to the blockchain and AI, seven industry experts give their opinion on how technology is leading to greater efficiency in the oil and gas industry. James Woodall, CEO of Intoware gave his view on how switching to digital work instructions and significantly benefit oil and gas companies.

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