Liz Dennett

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Lead Solutions Architect: Energy Data Platform

Liz is a passionate technologist with 12 years of experience pioneering novel technological approaches to solve pressing O&G challenges. Liz has deep domain experience in geology, geophysics, solutions architecture, and biotechnology including subsurface genomics and applied microbiology. She has demonstrated success working in roles of increasing complexity and scale spanning unconventional, deep water, and new energy applications globally. Liz holds a BS in geology from the University of Alaska Anchorage and an MS and PhD in geoscience from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she researched geomicrobiology on modern and ancient Earth as part of the NASA Astrobiology Institute. Liz’s passions include building things, solving problems, and stubbornly refusing to believe things are “hard”.

Sessions With Liz Dennett

Thursday, 4 March

  • 09:00am - 09:30am (CST) / 04/mar/2021 03:00 pm - 04/mar/2021 03:30 pm

    Lyceum Lab

    The OSDU Energy Data Platform on AWS

    Workshop Digitalization
    Accessing and analyzing data in a consistent, streamlined fashion is fueling subsurface innovation, yet enabling novel analytical approaches that reduces workload friction requires standardizing data in ways that have never been done before. The Open Group OSDU™ Forum has developed a standard data platform for the oil and gas industry to eliminate data silos and put data at the center of the subsurface community. This presentation will cover how Amazon Web Services (AWS) is leveraging its unique culture to create streamlined integration of the OSDU on the AWS Energy Data Platform to enable rapid innovation and novel subsurface insights for our customers and partners.