Digitalisation top priority for oil experts at Adipec


While digital transformation has been on oil and gas radar for some time, harnessing the power of new technologies is now the top priority for the industry’s most senior decision-makers as they plot a path forward for their business.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has estimated digital technologies could cut oil and gas production costs by between 10 and 20 percent, but industry trials suggest bigger results are achievable.
Responding to the high importance being placed on digital transformation and disr- uption, the world’s leading oil and gas event, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adi-pec) introduced an all-new digitalisation zone for its 2018 edition. The new exhibition space, supported by tutorials and conference sessions, is designed to help the oil and gas industry understand how digitalisation can transform performance of their assets. Adi-pec will held from November 12-15, at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec).
“What we observe is that while executives might name one area as most affected by digitalisation, they also tell us that every aspect of oil and gas operations will see some degree of change,” said Jean —Philippe Cossé, Vice President of dmg events, which organises Adipec.

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