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Microsoft announces fresh Azure Energy Data Services partnerships

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,
October 12 2022

Following its recent announcement of partnerships with Wipro and Cegal, Microsoft announced two new partnerships to support its Energy Data Services offering.

Norwegian software company RoQC will help “clean up” large sub-surface data sets. EPAM recently developed a document extraction and processing system (DEPS) accelerator for OSDU. Energy Data Services is designed to make the open-source energy industry OSDU Data Platform enterprise-ready, with pre-bundled capabilities and rapid deployment. 

RoQC provides LogQA as a native, ML-based tool to clean up and reduce log data. It is native to Azure and analyzes data for data quality stored in an OSDU Data Platform. For its part, EPAM’s DEPS accelerator uses underlying Azure ML capabilities to create customizable workflows and provide optical character recognition.

"Through machine learning, our software gives energy companies complete control of their data and assets. When the amounts of data are reduced, we eliminate uncertainty and duplication, and optimize the quality of the data sets. Traditionally a petrophysicist might spend a day or two cleaning up the logs for one well before they can be used for detailed analysis—with RoQC LogQA the same petrophysicist can clean hundreds of thousands of logs in the same timeframe. By cooperating with one of the largest platform providers in the world, we gain access to technology, competency, and markets it would be hard for us to get otherwise,” stated Bjørn Thorsen, CEO of RoQC.

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