At India’s flagship Energy Event “India Energy Week 2023 “(IEW 2023) organised at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Oil and Natural Gas Corp Limited (ONGC) recreated an offshore platform, which is employed to generate oil and gas from the high seas.
The ONGC Pavilion showcased a number of cutting-edge features to engage the global audience visiting the 3-day international conference and exhibition. With an immersive anamorphic display sampling the Maharatna’s offshore operations, the ONGC Pavilion has two helidecks, one of which serves as a fully-functional networking station, possibly the first of its kind. With a 3-dimensional Virtual Reality Center known as the ‘Third Eye Center’, ONGC’s Pavilion offers its visitors an intriguing show of the sun-surface habitat of oil and gas and how the Energy major constructs reservoir models based on data secured from drilling.
With two Virtual reality Experience Centre shows, visitors can see the ‘Building of data driven reservoir models’ in the Seismic to Simulation show, and ‘Controlling drilling remotely with real time data’ in the Real Time Drilling Control show.
ONGC Production Clock at the pavilion will showcase how India saves around Rs 6.00 lakhs every ten seconds thanks to ONGC. As the largest crude oil and natural gas Company in India, ONGC contributes around 71% to Indian domestic production.
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