Weatherford is a leading services company, providing integrated solutions across asset stages and customer domains to the energy industry.
Weatherford’s drilling and evaluation products and services assist customers in deciding how and where to drill to achieve optimum results. In the reservoir evaluation and characterization segment, our services include distinctive and advanced technologies. Our well construction flagship portfolio builds well architecture and ensures well integrity throughout the life cycle of the well. And our differentiated completion portfolio provides specialized technologies to prepare the well for production. In addition, our dominant and market-leading position in artificial lift includes the largest and broadest suite of hardware and software solutions to optimize production in aging reservoirs.
Speaking at ADIPEC 2021 In-Person
Girish K. Saligram
President and CEO
Time: 14:00 – 15:00
Date: Tuesday, 16 November 2021
Delivering clean energy solutions for industry and society
Delivering clean energy solutions will require greater collaboration and partnership between energy companies and their customer industries. Integration will unlock new innovations and new efficiencies, that will shape new business models that maximise value creation. How to structure collaboration to take advantage of these opportunities will be one of the oil and gas industry’s greatest challenges in the period ahead, as it looks to alter its market footprint and increase the profitability of its decarbonisation efforts.
Tayba Al Hashemi, CEO, ADNOC Sour Gas
Jasim Husain Thabet, Group CEO and Managing Director, TAQA
Subhash Kumar, Chairman & Managing Director, ONGC and Chairman, ONGC Group of Companies
Tony Douglas, Group CEO, Etihad Aviation Group
Dr.-Ing. Christian Bruch, President and CEO, Siemens Energy
John Defterios, Professor of Business NYU Abu Dhabi, World Economic Forum Energy Fellow
Senior Vice President of International Operations
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Date: Wednesday, 17 November 2021
The competition for new talent: how to stay relevant in today’s energy industry
Pressing economic challenges and evolving social concerns are changing the nature of the workforce in all industries. The image of the oil and gas industry has suffered due to growing negative perceptions about the extraction and use of hydrocarbons, which is hindering efforts to attract and maintain a new generation of workers with the right skill set. The industry also has a diversity problem, with gender inequality still prevalent despite efforts to narrow the gap. The energy industry will need to adapt to capture the young, diverse, and inclusive workforce that it needs, including highlighting better its role in delivering vital energy solutions and its willingness to respond to climate concerns through decarbonisation, technology and new energy initiatives.
Proscovia Nabbanja, CEO, Uganda National Oil Company
John Gilley, CEO, Kent
Mazin Al Lamki, COO, Mubadala Petroleum
Michelle King, Managing Director of Equality Forward, Leading Global Expert in Gender Equality, Author of The Fix
Helima Croft, Managing Director and Global Head of Commodity Strategy, RBC Capital Markets
Senior VP and CCO
Time: 12:15 – 13:15
Date: Thursday, 18 November 2021
Looking around the corner: how will technology create new opportunities and unlock future value
Energy is a technology driven business. How oil and gas companies respond to the challenges of climate change and emissions, and the opportunity to diversify their portfolios, will depend on the speed of development and commercial deployment of new technology that accelerates decarbonisation and unlocks new resource bases. New technologies are already disrupting business models, and rapidly being incorporated across the energy value chain as an integral part of companies’ and governments’ responses to energy transitions. Meanwhile, cross-industry collaboration is growing as molecules are being utilised in new ways to promote decarbonisation and profitability. How this process evolves, and the strategies adopted by the energy industry, will determine the winners and losers in the sector, and the pace at which its transformation occurs.
Toshikazu Ebato, Executive Vice President - Member of the Board, Oil & Gas Upstream Technology Unit, JOGMEC
Martijn van Koten, Member of the Executive Board, Executive Officer Refining, OMV
Robin Lu, Executive Vice President, Huawei Global Energy Business Unit