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EVENT REPORT 2022

6th edition
2 days
200+ delegates
27 countries
34% energy operators
56% decision makers
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Since 2017 we have been creating business value for the industry players by providing a platform to address the hottest digitalization issues in energy beyond the hype and empty talks.

 

In 2022 the 6th annual Go Digital Energy summit gathered 200+ digitalisation professionals from oil & gas, renewables, EPCs, oilfield service, consultancies, Big Tech, drones & robotics providers, SaaS and MaaS, and other digital technology companies.

 

AUDIENCE PROFILE

34% OPERATORS
19% IT & SOFFTWARE
17% TECHNOLOGY
7% OILFIELD SERVICES
6% BIG TECH
5% CONSULTING
4% EPC & ENGINEERING
8% OTHER
15% C-LEVEL
CIOs/ CDOs,

General Directors, Business Directors
16% VICE PRESIDENT / DEPUTY
18% PROJECT MANAGERS

Project Heads, Deputy Department Directors
13% MARKETING / COMMUNICATIONS
13% BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Sales Directors, Business Development Directors, Regional Sales Leads
12% REGIONAL DIRECTORS
3% R&D
10% OTHER

"THE NEXT WAVE OF INNOVATIONS IS COMING" - KEY TAKEAWAYS 2022

Aligning the digitalisation strategy with
the decarbonisation and energy transition
goals have been a key topic discussed across
both days of the event.

Companies representing the whole value chain, from integrated energy companies and national oil companies to EPCs and digital solutions providers have highlighted unanimously that digitalisation has become an essential pillar of the energy transition.

Should companies establish efficient collaborations, or buy or create in-house digital solutions?

The world’s leading energy companies shared their experiences in digital transformation at the conference and although the companies have different strategies and visions, it is clear that building partnerships is vital for a successful digital transformation journey.

All projects need data to implement further digital transformation.

And today the industry is drowning in data. How to use the data efficiently through various digital technologies and overcome the so-called “data
challenge”?

Data management solutions are vitally important for energy companies to succeed with digitalization in all aspects.

A very important topic brought up at the
the event was a wide uptake of OSDU (Open
Subsurface Data Universe).

Despite the initial industry skepticism expressed by some players, most speakers mentioned their
dedication and commitment to sharing data
and collaborating on the OSDU initiative that
is already joined by 230 companies globally

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