From Ahmed Al-Nuaimi ..
ABU DHABI, November 7, / WAM / Experts in the energy sector and participants in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference “ADIPEC 2020” – which will be launched hypothetically next Monday and will continue until November 12 – confirmed that innovation and automation are the main drive and drive for future oil and gas sector operations This coincides with the sector’s continuous search for improved efficiencies for the post-Covid-19 phase.
In statements to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), they said that in light of the current exceptional circumstances that the world is going through, the importance of preparations for the global oil and gas sector has emerged to explore ways to enhance business flexibility in the future through technology, innovation and partnerships that can be reached in the ADIPEC hypothetical strategic conference, which is considered a key component. The program “ADIPEC 2020” in its default version.
Fouad Muhammad Ali, managing partner at Upstream Solutions in Kuwait, said that the Covid-19 crisis has forced oil and gas companies and other service institutions to take measures to meet the new market requirements, including cost reduction, optimization of operations and digital transformation, which have long been viewed as future models. Remote operations are a good example of this situation, especially in light of the increase in their popularity during the period of closure that the whole world experienced due to “Covid-19”.
For his part, Ashvin Biodewa, Director of Commercial Operations at the start-up Axel, a specialist in drilling measurements, said that in light of the oil and gas sector’s continued efforts to adapt to new operational procedures, a step accelerated by the current global Corona crisis, remote operations can play a major role in stimulating expansion along the chain Supplying to more sustainable markets such as geothermal pits.
He added, “We expect further development in remote operation and automation technologies in the oil and gas sector, including remote technical support, cloud and automated technical support.”
In light of expectations that automation plays an increasing global role in the sector, especially as it has become an integral part of the digital transformation process.
Dr. Tariq Aslam, President of the global software company Ava in the Middle East and Africa – ranks digital transformation as a key priority for entrepreneurs in the energy sector.
He explained that the industrial customers’ dependence on emerging technologies is increasing, such as cloud computing services, machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and analytics, more than ever before, as the importance of creative thinking has increased for customers and their dependence on these innovative technologies to meet the business challenges posed by this unprecedented state that the world is witnessing. .
He pointed out that cloud computing and artificial intelligence technologies provide distinct transformative opportunities to enable oil and gas enterprises to significantly achieve their commercial goals in this virtual era.
For his part, Harsh Dev of the Indian company Shraddha Associates, which specializes in producing chemicals from oil fields for industrial purposes, said that the Covid-19 crisis contributed to accelerating the process of digital transformation and also opened the way for more joint cooperation opportunities aimed at enhancing efficiency in terms of operations and costs.
The need for technical innovations is emerging as a major focus of the ADIPEC virtual technical conference, which is held alongside the strategic platform and organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, and its activities will include more than 115 sessions that can be viewed directly .. The technical conference will be the largest single virtual gathering of oil and gas engineers from around the world, providing access Unprecedented for the sector’s latest technical expertise, applications, products, solutions and services.
ADIPEC’s virtual event 2020 has evolved into one of the largest technical and knowledge platforms in the oil and gas sector, with the participation of an elite group of engineers and decision-makers in the sector, and it is expected to attract more than 2000 delegates.
The event will feature over 135 live discussion and on-demand sessions with the participation of more than 1,000 speakers, including some of the most well-known industry leaders, who will share their knowledge via more than 100 hours of webcasting.
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