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Digitalising transition to a low carbon future

GO DIGITAL ENERGY

Digitalising transition to a low carbon future

Digitalization is one of the key elements of energy transition.

By means of monitoring, predictive analytics, (un)supervised machine learning and AI-assisted decision-making digital technologies will improve energy efficiency, optimise energy management and coordinate supply & demand in decentralised distribution networks.

What are the ways in which digital technologies can enable this? Join the virtual talk to hear about the projects and innovative technologies that will play a key role in transitioning to a low-carbon future.

The session will be a part of the 5th Go Digital Energy Summit (8-9 June).

SPEAKERS:

●  Steve Freeman, Head of Energy Transition, Schlumberger

●  Tom Grey, CTO, bp Launchpad

●  Vincent Jacquemet, Oil & Gas Consulting Director, Schneider Electric

●  Attubato Mario, Corporate Head of Digital Transformation, Saipem.

WHEN:

June 9th, 15:30 CEST

📍If you would like to receive the video-on-demand, check our Digital PRO pass to get access to all recordings and talks from the 5th Go Digital Energy Summit.

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