8:00
Welcome coffee
9:00
Opening remarks and live vote
9:10
SESSION 1: NAVIGATING THE DIGITALISATION JUNGLE
For many larger oil & gas companies, there are layers of decentralised processes, technologies and systems. Multiply it by all the media hype, marketing claims and general confusion about what to do, and progress becomes very difficult. How to define the right priority amidst a rapidly evolving technology ecosystem?
  • PRESENTATION
Industry 4.0: How to navigate the digital transformation of the oil & gas industry
Otto van der Molen
Partner, Head of Upstream Oil and Gas Operations
McKinsey & Company
  • PRESENTATION
Transforming and Modernising the Global IT Function enabling BP to be the Digital Leader in the Industry
Ed Alford
VP Digital Transformation IT&S
BP
10:30
PANEL DISCUSSION. THE SCALABILITY CHALLENGE: HOW TO MAKE THE LEAP FROM EXPERIMENTATION TO TRANSFORMATION?
Digital transformation failure rates range anywhere from 60 to 90 percent. How can this be, at a moment when virtually every company in the world is worried about its digital future? How can oil & gas majors overcome the hurdles that stand between pilot success and company-wide rollout?
Otto van der Molen
Partner, Head of Upstream Oil and Gas Operations
McKinsey & Company
Eugen Negutu
Chief Information Officer
BAHRAIN PETROLEUM COMPANY
Stuart Millar
SVP & Chief Information and Digital Officer
TechnipFMC
Ed Alford
VP Digital Transformation IT&S
BP
Allan Cockriel
Group Chief Information Officer
Petrofac
11:30
Coffee break
12:00
SESSION 2: THE OIL COMPANY OF THE FUTURE
In the face of the roiling change, oil majors can no longer proceed with business as usual. They will need to be smarter, more innovative, and more agile. In this age of energy transition, what will the oil company of the future look like?
  • PRESENTATION
The Future of Energy – Implications for the O&G industry
Bart Cornelissen
Managing Partner, Head of Energy & Resources Middle East
Monitor Deloitte
  • PRESENTATION
TBC
Stephen Rogers
Partner, Head of Global Energy
Arthur D Little
12:40
PANEL DISCUSSION. HOW TO BUILD AN OIL AND GAS COMPANY OF TOMORROW USING THE SOLUTIONS OF TODAY?
What overarching strategies and technological initiatives should oil and gas companies adopt to respond to a large spectrum of megatrends ranging from the energy transition, stiff competition, changes in the market landscape and the pressure to embrace new technologies?
Bart Cornelissen
Managing Partner, Head of Energy & Resources Middle East
Monitor Deloitte
Stephen Rogers
Partner, Head of Global Energy
Arthur D Little
GIACOMO SILVESTRI
Group Head of Digital Strategy, Innovation & Portfolio
ENI
13:30
Working lunch
14:30
SESSION 3: CONQUERING THE DATA MONSTER
Oil and gas companies generate huge volumes of data through sensors and logging tools. Yet only a tiny fraction of this data is ever analysed and used for decision-making. What are the biggest data challenges facing the oil and gas industry? How to create the new structures and processes necessary to get the right data to the right people at the right time? What are the best strategies to extract and act on the value of the collected data?
  • MODERATOR:
Saud Al Zakwani
Head of Data Science
PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT OMAN
  • PRESENTATION
How to be successful in Data Science: why enterprises fail and how to develop and implement a successful strategy
Eva-Marie Muller-Stuler
Chief Data Scientist
IBM MEA
  • PRESENTATION
Data science as a platform: how we scale AI in Equinor
Ahmed Khamassi
Vice President Data Science
Equinor
16:15
Coffee break
16:45
TROUBLE-SHOOTING ROUND TABLES. SOLVING THE INDUSTRY’S GRAND CHALLENGES
Round table 1. How to reinvent your business model and develop the right digital transformation strategy?
Arguably the true impact of digital will be the transformation of business models for entities throughout the oil and gas value chain. But what does this transformation even mean? Where to start, and in what order? How to unlock value and which initiatives can help drive that value?
Round table 2. How to bring the transformation from the boardroom to the field?
Even if digital strategy is endorsed by the board, the translation of that to the people doing the work and impacted by the work needs to be black and white. What are the critical moves companies must make to build an enduring digital culture at the leadership and operational levels?
  • Co-chair:
Hank Malik
Knowledge Management Lead
Petroleum Development Oman
Vinodkumar Raghothamarao
Director Consulting
IHS Markit
Round table 3. Is collaboration the new competition?
The path to success no longer lies in clawing your way to the top of the heap, but in nudging your way to the centre of the network. How is digital transformation redefining the relationship between oil & gas companies and their suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders? What exactly will the ecosystem look like in practice when this competitive shift really takes place?
17:45
Prize draw
18:00
Evening shisha reception
8:30
Morning Coffee
9:00
SESSION 1: ANATOMY OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS. WHERE EXACTLY IS THE VALUE?
From digital twins to blockchain to IIoT and AI to edge computing and AR/VR. Rapid digital technology advancement is one of the biggest challenges for global oil & gas leaders. What digital technologies will drive the most value and make the highest impact in the near future?
  • PRESENTATION
Practical digitalization experience of Gazprom-Neft
Andrey Belevtsev
Chief Digital Officer
GAZPROM NEFT
  • PRESENTATION
Enabling Digital Trasnformation through the establishment of a AI CoE: The case of an IoC
Jean-Paul Sacy
Regional Director Middle East
Baker Hughes C3.ai
  • PRESENTATION
Optimising the subsurface data management: case study
Syed Jamal Shaharyar
Practice Partner - Digital & Domain - Middle East
Wipro Limited
10:30
Coffee break
11:00
SESSION 2: LESSONS LEARNED FROM A DECADE OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS
With no playbook to draw on, most of the industry players have embarked on the journey of digital transformation over the past several years. What experience have these early movers gained that can help others as they undergo their own transformation?
Technical track 1. Upstream Oil & Gas
The session will present real use cases of how some of the most progressive oil and gas companies are leveraging digital technologies to capture huge prizes on offer at every stage of the upstream lifecycle.
  • PRESENTATION
ai2flow: conversion of data to hydrocarbon flow
Vitaly Elichev
Venture Manager ai2flow, Technology and Innovation Division
Wintershall DEA
  • PRESENTATION
Case Studies: PDO Real-Time Operations Digital Transformation
Mohammed Murad
Real Time Operations Team Lead Smart Fields and Automation
Petroleum Development Oman
  • PRESENTATION
Innovating the field of Seismic Acquisition- adoption of drones and robotics in the upstream sector by Total.
Bastien Januel
Production and Process Manager - Field Operations, Affiliate Digital Champion
TOTAL
Technical track 2. Downstream Oil & Gas
The session will explore how the leading refining and chemical companies are digitally transforming their plant and work processes, capital projects and operations in search of new efficiencies and value.
  • PRESENTATION
How Refiners Can Navigate the Challenges of the Energy Transition and Digitalization
José de Sá
Partner, Global Head of Downstream
BAIN
  • PRESENTATION
Industry 4.0 from field until cloud (New opportunities and challenges layer by layer)
Tibor Komróczki
Head of Process Information & Automation
MOL Group
12:30
Coffee break
13:00
DRAGONS' DEN STYLE TECHNOLOGY CONTEST
The shark-tank style contest will showcase some of the latest advances in digitalisation that could transform the oil & gas industry presented by the industry’s most innovative companies.
  • Judging Panel:
Ahmed Alshmakhy
Program Manager | Senior Specialist
ADNOC
Francisco Ortigosa
Innovation Technology Director
Repsol
  • Speakers:
Game-changing AI for better decisions
Norbert Dolle
Managing Partner
White Space Energy
14:00
Closing keynote. Tomorrow’s energy industry in the post-digital era
14:15
Closing speech and prize draw
14:30
Closing lunch
DAY 2 | 19 MAR