IIoT and Digital Solutions for Oil and Gas Conference
06-07 Jun 2019
Hotel Okura Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
IoT, Big Data, AI, Cloud, Blockchain: every new digitalization technology brings a promise to completely redefine the oil & gas industry and generate new business value. How are oil & gas companies navigating the change and benefiting from it?
IIoT and Digital Solutions for Oil and Gas Conference aims to clarify precisely this question. The conference agenda is developed and carefully balanced with a help of senior industry experts to provide you with strategic transferable knowledge you need today.
It is a place where oil & gas operators, oilfield service and EPC companies, technology vendors and start-ups share their experience in the digital transformation of oil & gas.
Big Picture: mapping the digitalization of oil & gas, cross-sector look
What is the key to digitalization of an oil & gas company? How are EPC adapting to change? What is the role of large tech companies in the industry?
New Partnerships: win-win value creation opportunities in oil & gas
Industry mergers, strategic alliances, and new partnerships are in the news – IIoT in oil & gas has laid the ground for open data ecosystems and new formats of collaboration.
Advanced Analytics: unlocking the full potential of big data
An increasing variety of data and better connectivity is opening up new ways to improve business process and deliver tangible business value to the oil & gas industry.
Emerging Technologies: identifying new value creation opportunities
Every new digital technology and solution brings a promise to disrupt existing business processes. How to identify the ones that will add real business value to a company?
Digital Leadership: embracing enterprise-wide transformation
The digital transformation of oil & gas companies requires a change in individual behavior of employees, culture change, and new leadership mindset.
According to the recent Strategy& survey only 2.5 percent of participating oil, gas and utility companies had a chief digital officer. Last year, that figure was 14.4 percent, below the global average of 21 percent. So even if chief digital officer roles are going to hit a peak in large energy and utility companies, there’s probably room to add more of them before hiring slows or stops.