Exploration and production companies constantly aim to maximize production out of their assets while minimizing operating and capital expenses. One way to do this, without investing in additional assets or implementing large capital projects, is through digital initiatives. These digital initiatives can deliver fast, scalable, easy-to-use anomaly and event detection, helping uncover hidden value by optimizing existing well performance.

During this webinar, Marathon Oil discusses their Digital Oilfield project which enables them to run exception-based production surveillance at scale using intelligent alerts. Seeq’s advanced analytics combined with AWS services allow them to combine disparate data sources with self-service data modeling and analytics, enabling real-time insights and leading to quicker remediation to maximize production potential.

Members of the Seeq, AWS and Marathon Oil teams answer questions related to deployment, architecture, and additional use cases for the energy sector.

Learning Objectives

  • Discover how self-service analytics can accelerate time to insights and drive real-time business value
  • Understand the importance of having OT (Operations Technology) at the center of analytics workflows to accelerate adoption
  • Learn ways to grow at scale utilizing the advantages of the AWS Cloud and partners such as Seeq


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Mark Betts

IT Manager, Digital Solutions

Marathon Oil Company

Mark Betts is the IT Manager of Digital Solutions at Marathon Oil Company. In his 14 years at Marathon Oil, Mark has served various roles as IT Manager including overseeing the Equatorial Guinea and United Kingdom IT Departments and the End User Computing environment. In his current role, Mark is advancing Marathon’s cloud adoption and strategy while evaluating new technologies to meet business demands.
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Morgan Bowling

Industry Principal, Energy Industry

Seeq Corporation

Morgan Bowling is an Industry Principal focused on the Energy Industry at Seeq Corporation. She has a BS in chemical engineering which she used when starting her career at ExxonMobil. Morgan joined Seeq in 2019 as an analytics engineer supporting enterprise rolls out of Seeq at large oil and gas companies. As an Industry Principal at Seeq, Morgan helps customers address their analytics problems to drive business value. She enjoys leading corporations on their digital transformation journeys to not only complete complex data analyses but to accelerate cultural change that leads to increased organizational effectiveness. 
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Keith Norman

Head of Technology Partnerships

AWS Energy

Keith is Head of Technology Partnerships for AWS Energy and Utilities, where his team works with technology partners to collaboratively solve the energy industry’s most challenging workflows across the energy value chain. He was previously an executive at ExxonMobil where he spent 17 years leading engineering and operations organizations building and running upstream assets in the US, Angola, Chad, Nigeria, and Russia. He led Engineering for XOM’s USA Upstream portfolio, as VP of Engineering for XOM’s Russian businesses, and was Global Head of Upstream Safety, Health, and Environment for the Corporation. He is now based in San Francisco, where he worked to accelerate the adoption of energy technology startups across more than 100 O&G and Utilities companies before joining AWS in 2021.