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Cultural shift heralds bright AI future

Business leaders are increasingly turning to technologies that drive down emissions and optimise energy efficiencies

The oil and gas sector may be lagging many other industries in embracing and deploying AI, but the cultural mindset of boardrooms is starting to change, argued a panel on a PE Roundtable debate titled Can AI unlock the future of energy efficiency?   “The pace that has been injected into adoption of AI and a range of technologies to help overcome some of the challenges of Covid has really started to change the mindset of boardrooms,” says Steve Johnson, vice president digital for energy services company Petrofac’s engineering and production services business. “And it is only going to continue if you look around the world. The energy transition, net zero and climate change are becoming absolu

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