The Power of Fully Integrated Informatics
Shell’s Pearl GTL brings in the big guns to tackle its vast data-handling requirements with an integrated laboratory information management system.
Colin Thurston, Ajith Kumar |
The unprecedented scale of the world’s largest gas to liquids (GTL) plant in Qatar – Pearl GTL – creates a massive business and technology challenge: how can quality be maintained and productivity maximized while managing huge volumes of critical data?
As a senior business analyst for Pearl GTL, I was responsible for managing the laboratory informatics components of a project of unprecedented scale, which required billions of investment dollars and created tens of thousands of jobs during peak construction. Data management was a major priority. To maximize production and allow rapid decisions, we needed consolidated, accurate information available at our fingertips – at all times.
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