Digital solutions are the not-so-secret sauce to help FPSOs evolve to perform

March 5, 2024
Join Matt Mohajer and Greg Trostel as they unveil the next level of digital solutions crafted by the FPSO Coalition—comprising SLB, Rockwell Automation, Sensia, and Cognite—poised to revolutionize offshore operations' reliability, safety, efficiency, and environmental impact.

This webinar was originally held on March 5th, 2024, and is now available for on demand viewing.


Duration: 1 hour

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To start the new year, Matt Mohajer from SLB and Greg Trostel from Rockwell Automation talked through how the groundbreaking FPSO Coalition is going to evolve the performance of offshore operations. In this webchat we welcome back Matt and Greg as they dive deeper into specific digital solutions the Coalition, which also includes Sensia and Cognite, are developing. These digital solutions created with the combined knowledge and expertise of these four market leaders are what help differentiate this coalition to enhance reliability, safety, and efficiency while reducing the carbon footprint of FPSOs.


Matt Mohajer
Digital Program Manager

Mahyar (Matt) Mohajer is the digital program manager for SLB Production Systems Division, a position he assumed in July 2020. Since joining SLB in 2006, Matt has held several technical, sales, marketing, and management positions in Canada, UK, Norway, and USA. Currently, he is responsible for defining and executing the Production Systems digital strategy. His interests include the digital transformation and green journey of the energy industry.

He holds a BSc degree in chemical engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran (2003), MSc degree in chemical engineering from the University of Calgary in Canada (2006), and an executive MBA from SDA Bocconi in Italy (2015).

Greg Trostel
Global Business Development Manager
Rockwell Automation

Greg is the global business development manager for floating production at Rockwell Automation.

His energy career began with a major EPC, followed by significant time in technology and software development within the industry. He has spent the last 15 years involved with automation and digitalization technologies.

Greg has a Chemical Engineering degree from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Houston.

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