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Join us for Downstream Digitalisation 2020

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On 22 October, Hydrocarbon Engineering will be hosting the Downstream Digitalisation 2020 online conference.

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The conference will include presentations from a number of experts in the field:

Wood Mackenzie - Digitalisation is a key survival tool for downstream in the coming five years

This presentation will provide the global market context over the next five years, highlighting the scale of the capacity surplus. The commercial performance of European assets under the forecast margin environment will be explored, which will provide the basis for assessing the degree of cost savings/margin enhancement required to shift a site’s relative competitive position. High level assessments of the opportunities from digitalisation will be provided to confirm its significance and to provide a platform for subsequent presentations.

AVEVA - Pivot to Profitability in O&G in Four Steps

In this session, AVEVA will cover four steps to pivot to profitability:

  1. Unify your supply chain.
  2. Increase efficiency in your operations.
  3. Optimise your process.
  4. Holistic approach to your value chain.

The market downturn in 2020 resulting from the global pandemic led to falls in demand, supply disruptions, and pricing volatility.

This wasn’t the first downturn in the O&G industry, and it is unlikely that it will be the last.

While each downturn will have its own characteristics, there are things that can be done to help your company survive and thrive.

MISTRAS Group - How To Unlock a Mechanical Integrity (MI) Program's Highest Potential Through Digital Inspection Reporting Platforms

In this presentation, MISTRAS Group will discuss how digitalsing your inspection process can raise and maintain the quality of inspection data and programs.

Ionix Advanced Technologies - On-stream, real-time, asset integrity for the digital refinery

This presentation will review recent advances in high-temperature UT technology enabling on-stream, robotic /automated corrosion mapping and inspection, and subsequent real-time wall thickness monitoring and trending to make better maintenance decisions, and combat the risks of sulfidation corrosion to safety, productivity and the environment.

Nexans - How IoT helps to get more value in downstream: A focus on Connected Drums Solution

Connected Drums: a Nexans digital solutions allows you to manage your drums fleet in a complex project. Improvements can be achieved, and visibility enhanced from transport, storage to cable laying. Get real time data, keep an eye on the time saved, lengths cut and installed, the drums status and available quantities of stock.


You can join us from anywhere in the world for this exciting online conference. Register for free today to reserve your space

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