We use cookies
to help provide you with a good experience on our website. By continuing to browse the website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Agenda

8:00
REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE
9:00
WELCOME WORD FROM THE CEO
9:10
OPENING KEYNOTE - THE BUMPY ROAD TO DIGITAL ENERGY TRANSFORMATION
Jan Van Den Bremen
Global Energy Technology Lead
Accenture
9:20
PLENARY DISCUSSION. PERFORMING WHILE TRANSFORMING- INSIDE OUT VIEWS FROM ENERGY LEADERS
Discussion:
  • Building digital transformation strategy that empowers both existing and new business models to support efficiency and sustainability
  • What digital capabilities are required to support effective execution of an increasingly complex and diversified asset portfolio management?
  • The next horizon- Aggregating digital initiatives into one efficient structure across an entire organisation
  • How does digital transformation in energy develop in different geographical regions? Where is Europe heading and how are digital goals aligned with the EC sustainability plan?
  • At the dawn of a new digital era- how is the energy sector evolving towards Industry 5.0?
  • Attracting new capabilities that can work at the intersection of energy and digital transformation.
Moderator:
Jan Van Den Bremen
Global Energy Technology Lead
Accenture
Discussion members:
Kathrin Dufour
SVP, Digitalization & Technology
Wintershall Dea
Markus Berghofer
Senior Vice President Technology & Innovation
OMV
Trygve Randen
Director, Digital Subsurface Solutions
Schlumberger
Astrid Poupart Lafarge
Global Segment President, Energies and Chemicals
Schneider Electric
Francois Haynes
Vice President Sales Digital Services
Technip Energies
10:30
COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING SPONSORED BY JGC CORPORATION
11:15
BUILDING A SCALABLE PARTNERSHIP AND TECHNOLOGY ECOSYSTEM TO FUEL DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
The energy landscape is newly diverse from both a supply and demand perspective. To manage this diversity well, the energy industry is thinking about strategically combining the right partners, digital tools and forming ecosystems of varying sectors, competitors and even customers. In this fast-changing environment how does one make sure that the collaborative business models enabled by collaborative digital solutions work?
  • What are the new realities of energy partnerships and how are the strategic imperatives being shifted? How can one invest in the right opportunities to enable efficient collaboration?
  • What is the current level of development of CVC practices in the industry, as regards its contribution to the creation of digital technologies ecosystems?
  • How do digitalization and sustainability projects disrupt traditional buyer-supplier relations?
  • The new rules of the game: how should OEM, EPC and other service companies adapt to succeed?
  • Who controls the data, how to define data ownership, build a collaborative environment and at the same time ensure cyber safety in the data ecosystem?
  • How is OSDU transforming oil & gas and helping to overcome data challenges?
Moderator:
Nick Kiran
Account Executive - Center of Competence Tank Terminals & Vertical Team Intralogistics
Siemens
Discussion members:
Fayez Kharbat
Digital Strategy, Investments & Growth Consultant
Saudi Aramco
EINAR LANDRE
Leading Analyst IT
EQUINOR
Jarbas Silva
IT Architecture advisor
PETROBRAS
Simon McEntee
Regional Sales Director - EMEA
Sensia Global
12:30
LUNCH AND NETWORKING SPONSORED BY
13:30
CONQUERING THE DATA MONSTER AND HOW TO USE THE POWER OF DATA TO BOOST EFFICIENCY AND SCALE
According to Gartner, only 5% of OT data is being used right now and even less of this 5% is useful after cleansing and organising. The poor data quality alone contributes to a 30% loss in revenue per business on average. But even when this data is made available for analysis, the lack of context around the data makes it challenging to gain insights needed for everyone. How can we attain meaningful insights from such a huge pool of data which is siloed and fragmented, and move digital projects forward in as efficient a manner as possible.
  • How to conquer the data monster
Petteri Vainikka
VP of Marketing
Cognite
  • Connecting the Dots | From Data to Decisions
Amit Singh
Director, Marketing and Strategy
Schlumberger
  • Orsted data journey- lessons learned
Emil Djorup
Data Governance Business Partner
Orsted
  • Taming the data monster- Using the power of a Knowledge Graph to save a week of an Engineer’s time
Murray Callander
CEO
Eigen Ltd
  • How Shell is developing IOT in their Real Time Data domain
PETER VAN DEN HEUVEL
Product manager, real-time data
SHELL
15:30
COFFEE BREAK SPONSORED BY JGC CORPORATION
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 in 10 minutes the main conclusions of the discussions.
  • Enabling the workforce of the future. How can we transfer digital skills and years of experience to new energy sectors? How digital can help increase the visibility of employee skills, competence, experience, and project requirements to improve matching between resources and tasks?
  • Tangibilizing the AI potential – lessons from the trenches
José de Sá
Partner, Global Head of Downstream
BAIN
Guido Vetter
Expert Partner
Bain & Company
  • Stuck on spreadsheets; how can we digitalise when everything seems to be done in Excel?
Murray Callander
CEO
Eigen Ltd
17:00
FIRESIDE CHAT. THE STORY “IF I HAD TO DO THE DIGITALISATION ALL OVER AGAIN”
Moderator:
Natalia Katsap
Associate Partner
MCKINSEY
Speaker:
Laura Aldren
Digital & Data Manager
TOTAL ENERGIES
18:30
COCKTAIL RECEPTION, INFORMAL NETWORKING AND ENTERTAINMENT
8:30
WELCOME COFFEE
8:30
DRAGONS’ DEN STYLE START-UPS COMPETITION. 5 STARTUPS, 5-MINUTE PRESENTATIONS, 5 JUDGES
The 5 most innovative startups will do battle to compete for the “Rising Digital Energy Innovator”! Each company has 5 minutes to prove to the panel of judges that their solution is a true game-changer in the industry.
Judges:
Audun Abelsnes
Managing Director
Equinor & Techstars Energy Accelerator
Fayez Kharbat
Digital Strategy, Investments & Growth Consultant
Saudi Aramco
Azar Azizov
Senior Investment Manager
WINTERSHALL DEA
Cathal Hughes
Investment Associate
bp Launchpad
Senior Representative
Schneider Electric
Startups:
  • Accelerating the digital transformation of the energy sector with reality modelling
Nicolas Morency
Founder and CEO
Prevu3D
  • Unlocking Value In Pipeline Data For Everyone –Pipeline Digital Twins
James Wardrop
Founder
PIpielineSentry
  • Accelerating digital transformation, realising value and building trust through blockchain
Paris Dufrayer
Chief Revenue Officer
Finboot
9:15
DIGITAL COMPASS TOWARDS 2030 SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
In addition to increased investment, government support, engineering development and a skilled workforce, digital technology is one of the essential pillars of accelerating the energy transition. How can a combination of digital solutions from AI to IoT, given the transferable experience from oil & gas, enable cost optimization across renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen plants?
MODERATOR:
Emmanuel Guilhamon
EMEA Heavy Industry Manager
Rockwell Automation
SPEAKERS:
  • Digitalization will transform Oil & Gas industry like it transformed telephony, automotive, retail or gaming!
Eric Koenig
Vice President, Energies and Chemicals
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
  • Digitising Decom
Craig Nicol
Project Manager
Net Zero Technology Centre
Keith Hogg
Project Manager
Net Zero Technology Centre
  • Shell’s journey towards sustainability
Girish Gopal Iyer
General Manager - Renewables, Energy Solutions & Sustainability
Shell
10:45
COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING SPONSORED BY ROCKWELL AUTOMATION AND SENSIA GLOBAL
11:15
LESSONS LEARNED ACROSS SECTORS- DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENERGY TRANSFORMATION
In addition to increased investment, government support, engineering development and a skilled workforce, digital technology is one of the essential pillars for accelerating the energy transition and sustsinability. How can a combination of digital solutions from AI, cloud to IoT, given the transferable experience from oil & gas, enable the cost optimization across renewables, carbon capture and hydrogen plants?
MODERATOR:
  • ‘Don’t Forget People in your Digital Transformation Programs: Change Management is an Essential Competency’
Tony Edwards
Digital Energy Technical Section - Programs Chair
SPE
SPEAKERS:
  • VOPAK digital transformation journey
Fulco van Geuns
Director Digital Innovation
Vopak
  • Reducing project schedule in each engineering level of Feasibility Study, FEED and early EPC.
Hiroyuki Koito
Principal Engineer
JGC CORPORATION
  • Transforming a petrochemical company- leveraging AI expertise: key learnings and return on experience
Oleg-Serguei Schkoda
Senior Director, Oil & Gas
Lummus Digital
  • Plant of the Future, Are we there yet?: Saudi Aramco Study
Abdullah AlBannay
Lead Digital Project Engineer, Asset Predictive Analytics
Aramco
13:00
LUNCH AND NETWORKING SPONSORED BY
14:00
THE NEXT FRONTIER: DIGITAL TWIN 2.0 ACROSS VARIOUS ENERGY ASSETS
Digital twins are gradually becoming integral to energy operations. But what actual lessons have we learned so far? The needs vary from adopting best-in-class digital tools to create a complete suite, accompanying the data from real-time acquisition and supporting O&M and strategic management decisions, to the necessity to boost sustainability. And now many companies have also begun to experience a need for intelligent management of very diverse assets. How is the technology living up to the expectations?
Moderator:
Osama Hanna
Senior Industry Digital Strategist
Microsoft
Speakers:
  • Business value in digital twin implementation
Juan Pedro Bretti Mandarano
Digital Transformation Global Advisor
Repsol
  • Digital twin – from smart to wise
Francois Haynes
Vice President Sales Digital Services
Technip Energies
  • ​​​​Integrated Manufacturing Operations Management System (IMOMS), Digital Transformation and Smart Manufacturing
Mohammed Tomehy
Infrastructure, Integration and Visualization Group Lead
Saudi Aramco
15:45
COFFEE BREAK SPONSORED BY ROCKWELL AUTOMATION AND SENSIA GLOBAL
16:15
PECHAKUCHA. IMPROVING REMOTE OPERATIONS THROUGH DIGITALIZATION TO INCREASE SAFETY
A more dynamic format to end the day with 20 seconds per 1 slide!

With distant facilities and often harsh operating conditions, the industry faces challenges in providing safe and cost-effective equipment monitoring, maintenance, and emergency response.The companies need to re-think their strategies regarding contingency operations, worker location flexibility, and on-site staffing. How should we utilise digital tools in a most efficient way to achieve these goals?
Moderator:
EVNIKA POLOVINKINA
Managing Director
GLOBUC
Speakers:
  • Boosting the use of robotics at Repsol- overview and case studies
Alfonso García
Hub HW Robotics Head
Repsol
  • But who commands the Autobots (Robots)?
Tatiana Moguchaya
CEO
Earth Science Analytics
  • Introducing Custody Transfer Flow Measurement v4.0
Andrew Webb
Managing Director
AMBRIT
  • Big Data is a hype. How to optimize operations without focusing on data
Leen de Graaf
CEO
Cuurios
17:15
CLOSING KEYNOTE: GOING BEYOND THE “DIGITAL” BUZZWORD
Osama Hanna
Senior Industry Digital Strategist
Microsoft
17:30
END OF EVENT.
9:00
VISIT TO THE ENERGY TRANSITION CAMPUS AMSTERDAM (ETCA)
Join Shell for a visit to this innovative campus where great minds come together to tackle the world’s biggest energy challenges!

We’ll kick off with a plenary session about ETCA’s mission and status, and will follow up with lab tours across the facilities including a walkthrough of Shell’s Digital Facility.

Schedule: (CET Time zone)
09:10 The group arrives at the entrance of ETCA.
09.30 – 09.50 – plenary talk about ETCA.
09.50 – 11.00 – tours around ETCA, including the Digital Facility


Capacity: 30 places only reserved on a first-come-first-served basis!

Please book along with your ticket through Arina Gnutova a.gnutova@globuc.com
8 JUNE 2022 | DAY 2

WHO WILL ATTEND THE EVENT?

Fill in the form to see the up-to-date attendee list.