Wednesday, June 26
IOCs, NOCs, Independent OCs, Service Companies, EPC Engineering, Private Equity and Start-ups behave and want differently influenced by their value proposition, size, market place, risk-reward culture and agility. Learn what drives digital technology adoption: resource and work process efficiency; greater operational insight/oversight; capital asset heavy versus asset light; data as the value proposition.
What does it take to transform the E&P historically digital core? Are we heading to incremental improvements of existing technology or is there room for a radical change in the way people are working – breaking silos, accelerating studies, etc.?
From developing a new field, maximizing brown field recovery, construction of a production facility, automated flow assurance, intelligent maintenance schedules to locating and moving assets on the ground; Learn about focus, scale, deliverables; what is working, what is likely to work soon, what is transformative, what are the challenges?
Thursday, June 27
How do we evolve our attitudes and business value attribution to data management, data engineering and architecture for supporting real transformation, enabling business and artificial intelligence? Explore successes and failures through real uses cases. Does the industry need new competencies? Hiring or training? What shall the new ecosystem look like?
Leadership/people/organization aspects. Change is about finding innovative ways of doing business, co-constructing and deploying digital solutions - industry 4.0. It’s also an opportunity for us to address our ‘license to operate’, the sustainability of our industry and the environment in which we operate. This session will share the successes, failures and opportunities.