Workshop: Advances in rapid delivery of satellite imagery to support the Energy sector in Mexico
- 10th October 14h – 15:30h | Sheraton Maria Isabel | CDMX
The Mexican Energy sector is experimenting a rapid development thanks to the energy reform, that allows current, new and foreign operators to exploit hydrocarbons with new technologies and approaches. In the near future, important projects will be developed in previously untouched areas of Mexico: deep waters in the Gulf, large scale of on-shore fields, fracking, pipelines, refineries, etc. Due to the unique climatic, geographic and social conditions in Mexico, some of these projects pose serious risk both for the society and the environment: hurricanes, oil spills, earthquakes, vandalism, etc. are not uncommon occurrences in the region.
Rapid delivery of Satellite Imagery and Geospatial data is both a convenient and cost-effective tool to support in all the stages of the Disaster Management process: preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.
As world leader in the sector, Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) counts with more than 20 years of experience in delivering critical services to its global customer base of Oil&Gas companies and Governmental organizations. Over these years, it has worked hand-to-hand with them on a number of prominent disaster and emergency cases, that have pushed forward the “state-of-the-art”, both in delivery timelines (Near Real Time) and in the variety of satellites being used (Multi-mission).
Carles Debart, Project Manager for Earth Observation at KSAT, will deliver the training workshop. Please write Carles an email at carlesd[a]ksat.no to register for the workshop. Limited seats.