SLB & TotalEnergies align on sustainable energy solutions 

TotalEnergies with SLB teamed up to create cutting-edge subterranean digital solutions to support the company’s “more energy, less emissions, more value” goal and help produce hydrocarbons more sustainably yesterday. 

The teams at TotalEnergies and SLB will create next-generation cloud-based software by fusing their many years of operational experience with their software development skills. 

The new digital tools will improve the modelling of the subsurface to optimize production and make it more responsible.  Furthermore, they intend to utilize the potential of the information gathered by IA to lower the carbon intensity of current fields and address emerging requirements for geological carbon storage. 

The new software will build on the earlier efforts of both partners with Intersect, a latest generation reservoir simulator. 

TotalEnergies’ teams are backup SLB by solarizing its industrial sites worldwide through agreements signed in Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and Japan, allowing TotalEnergies to support SLB’s energy transition with bespoke and competitive solutions that come with the guarantee of price visibility while limiting its carbon footprint.  Namita Shah, President of OneTech at Total Energies is pleased to embark on the journey and grow the partnership with SLB digital innovation. 

“We are delighted to develop our multi-energy partnerships with SLB through solarization of SLB’s industrial sites and digital innovation that will allow us to create cutting-edge next-generation software, digital applications, and new algorithms applied to geoscience. 

Thanks to these innovative modelling technologies, we will better utilize the analyses of geological reservoirs and basins in the Oil & Gas sector to reduce emissions, and we will progress in geological carbon storage,” said Shah. Moreover, Rakesh Jaggi, President of SLB’s Digital & Integration business, cited the importance of working together and exchanging information within the industry to find solutions or improve energy accessibility. 

He further stated that by joining, different stakeholders can combine their expertise to address the challenges more effectively. “Collaboration and knowledge sharing are key for our industry to continuously develop more effective ways of unlocking energy access.

With this visionary partnership, we’re combining the know-how and expertise of both companies to accelerate the delivery of new digital capabilities that will benefit the whole industry,” said Jaggi.