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Whitepaper - Transition Path of the Oil & Gas Industry
To help enterprises navigate through various challenges, this white paper analyzes the current situation and trends for energy transformation and zero-carbon development. It also highlights the direction of future energy development, namely, the construction of zero-carbon, smart energy systems that are defined by "three goals, one blueprint, five characteristics, three transitions, and four flow integrations.
How digitalisation is enabling a smarter and safer oil and gas camp management
Li Yangming, Chief Representative, Oil & Gas Industry of Global Energy Business Unit, Huawei EBG, explains how new digital technologies are boosting efficiency, safety and productivity in oil and gas camps.
Speaking at ADIPEC 2021 In-Person
Executive Vice President
Huawei Global Energy Business Unit
Time: 11:15 – 12:15
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
David Reed, Senior VP and CCO, Weatherford