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8:00
REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE
9:00
WELCOME SPEECH
9:10
OPENING KEYNOTES
  • 1.Transformation of the energy sector under digital and energy transitions
  • 2.Energy security and role of digitalisation for short term and long term - what is our strategy?
9:30
PANEL DISCUSSION. THE ENERGY TRILEMMA OF ENERGY SECURITY, ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY AND ENERGY AFFORDABILITY. DIGITAL ROADMAP OF TODAY AND TAKEAWAYS FROM THE ENERGY LEADERS
In the current unstable geopolitical environment, we are continuing to go through energy and digital transition simultaneously. And due to that we have an important question that stands out - how can we establish energy security, make it affordable, and at the same time make our operations greener?
10:30
COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING
11:15
SUPERHEROES OF TODAY - DIGITAL WAYS TO COPE WITH ENERGY CRISIS
As energy security remains an acute problem, companies are looking for ways to manage their resources efficiently. Therefore, the question “how can digitalisation help us optimise operations and use our resources wisely?” arises. What learnings from winter 2022-2023 do we have, and which specific solutions helped us live through it?
  • How to reduce energy use? - Learnings from energy traders and utility companies
  • How to stabilise businesses' energy costs? - Energy Management Systems solutions
  • Can AI bring down energy costs and consumption? - AI Energy Storage and other AI-powered energy management solutions
  • How can we control and secure long-term optimisation of industrial processes?
  • Grid modernisation made happen - transitioning to smart grids and keeping the pace with shifting energy landscape
12:30
LUNCH AND NETWORKING
13:30
THE JIGSAW PUZZLE OF DATA: ORIGINS, MANAGEMENT, USE
How can we guarantee the quality of data and successfully manage its origins? How can we deal with raising data complexity and improve data management? And how can we move from data to insights?
  • How can we ensure the quality of data and its security?
  • Digital Oilfield Data management – easing the complexity and increasing efficiency of use
  • Data in renewable companies – what are the challenges and solutions?
  • OSDU – where are we now?
  • Emerging Data Sharing tools - OPAF, dexpi, CFIHOS
  • How could scalable data-management solutions improve production processes?
  • How can we move from data to insights and make quality data-driven decisions?
14:30
COFFEE BREAK
14:45
PANEL DISCUSSION. BUILD VS BUY VS PARTNER - LEARNINGS FROM DIFFERENT PARTNERSHIP APPROACHES
In-source, outsource and the value of partnerships. Why do some companies choose to partner for digital solutions? Why do other companies choose to go alone? Which method of working with digital solutions enables better results and project scaling? What benefits are enabled and what is their cost?
  • Learnings after using different approaches – what are the pros and cons?
  • Which option is most cost efficient and in which case?
  • What are the top 3 challenges in scaling of adopted solutions?
  • How does one prove partnership value?
  • How do you draw the line between data sharing in partnership?
  • What change management or cultural challenges have you faced and what were the solutions?
  • Knowing what’s best for you now, would you Build, Buy or Partner for future digital projects?
15:45
COFFEE BREAK
16:00
BRAINSTORMING SESSIONS
Split into 3 groups and join one of the interactive moderated brainstorming sessions to exchange ideas, opinions, and experiences in a more informal environment.

Afterwards, the facilitator of each brainstorming group will go on stage and present, over 10 minutes, the main conclusions of the discussions.
  • 1. From digital Proof of Concept to organisational scale up – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
  • 2. Cost efficient modernisation of brownfield assets – pros & cons
  • 3. Detect! Defend! Respond! - Are we doing enough for Cybersecurity?
  • 4. Attracting young human capital in organisations and preserving skills, education / or From talents to talents – learning how to recruit IT talents from the young professionals
16:45
FIRESIDE CHAT. HOW TO EMBRACE NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY - BETWEEN FOMO AND PROFIT.
Encouraging digitalisation in organisation and embracing flexible digital mindset.
18:00
COCKTAIL RECEPTION AND INFORMAL NETWORKING AT SERRE RESTAURANT, OKURA HOTEL
8:20
WELCOME COFFEE
8:30
START-UP COMPETITION. FUTURE DISRUPTORS
Join the most disrupting and innovative start-ups at the intersection of the Digital and Energy Transition pitching their solutions on helping the energy sector to decarbonize and be greener.
Engage in the fun and interactive “show” to challenge the contestants with your questions and vote for the Future Disruptors 2023!
9:15
DIGITAL ROADMAP TO THE ENERGY TRANSITION. ACTUAL CURRENT STATE FROM THE PIONEERS
What technology do we have today and what are companies really doing to become greener? How can the energy transition pillar be reflected in the digital strategy? How do we have a balance between driving energy efficiency with digitalization now vs moving towards energy transition?

Companies like Orsted, Shell or Equinor will describe their digital strategy and how it helps them to move towards the energy transition and make their operations greener.
10:45
COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING
11:15
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY TRANSFORMATION - SOLUTIONS, SERVICES, AND STRATEGIES OF INTEGRATION INTO ONE ECOSYSTEM
What are the most efficient digital solutions, services or strategies that are moving on decarbonisation and the energy transition in organisations from IOT to AI? And how can we integrate those new solutions and assets in one digital management system?
  • Creating a clear methodology to measuring scope 1/2/3 emissions
  • Smart grid management systems - Better management of renewable assets
  • How do we effectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions using digital technologies?
  • How can we operate green hydrogen facilities more efficiently and at scale?
  • Offshore wind farms – How can digital technology ensure the low-loss transmission of power to shore?
13:00
LUNCH AND NETWORKING
14:00
TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND IMPROVING PERFORMANCE
With the oil and gas portfolio still in demand while we are making the transition, how can we make our operations more efficient. Which technologies could help us on the way to improve our energy efficiency? How can Industrial automation, IoT help? How can Digital Twins accelerate IT-OT Convergence? What are the latest advancements of AI, Machine Learning and Cloud technologies?
  • Ensuring optimization of asset performance and value for industrial operations - Asset Performance Management (APM) systems
  • The next generation of Digital Twin and its quality – what are the latest updates?
  • What are the ways for IoT and AI to produce energy efficiency?
  • How collaborations on digital integration could help – hands-on experience and success stories
15:45
COFFEE BREAK
16:15
TECHNOLOGY OF TODAY AND A VISION OF THE FUTURE
Which technologies are going to develop in the next 5-10 years? Is there a connection to reality and any business value in the technologies we are exploring today? Which “futuristic” technologies from yesterday are we already using and what’s the value there?
  • The next frontier of digital transformation - what does the future hold?
  • How can we conquer the growing level of operational complexity with Quantum computing?
  • First steps in the Industrial Metaverse and what possibilities it brings
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality and their business value
17:00
CLOSING KEYNOTE: TAKING A PRAGMATIC APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
17:30
PRIZE DRAW AND START-UP WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT!
17 MAY 2023 | DAY 2
KAMILLA ZARIPOVA
Project Manager

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