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Repsol trusts in AI

The company’s upstream digital strategy is increasingly turning to machine-learning and AI capabilities

Spanish operator Repsol’s new strategic plan is a transformation story. It relies on a world-class digital programme that is already rewriting how we operate our businesses. One of the pillars is focusing on creating a data-driven culture, establishing new ways of working and transforming our businesses through the use of AI. Around 60pc of all initiatives in Repsol’s digital programme involve data. One clear example is how we now carry out drilling operations in our exploration business. InWell.ai is a disruptive real-time prescriptive tool for field personnel that was launched earlier this year. This AI-based tool offers real-time guidance recommendations to frontline workers for every ac

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