Energy companies have an opportunity to utilize their data better to reduce costs and improve productivity by adopting a “manufacturing” approach to managing its data.
Join us on June 1 for Harness the power of your data and put it to work to learn why today’s energy companies should consider using some of these proven capabilities to enable better decision making. You will learn how Baker Hughes and other industry leaders are doing this to improve their data to inspire innovation and boost competitiveness.
Case study: Manufacturers oversee a massive supply chain and operations of complex assets using repeatable, scalable processes to ensure they produce at their specified quality and consistency for a competitive cost. They achieve these results by having information technologies that support those objectives.
On the other hand, energy companies often do things in a series of custom engineering and design projects that might be slightly different each time. By adopting certain data management practices from the manufacturing sector where it makes sense, companies in oil and gas can save a lot of time and money and get better results.
- Today’s reality – what data adds value and what doesn’t
- Data vs. information and the importance of recognizing the difference
- Lessons learned from adjacent industries
- Possible obstacles or roadblocks
Date: Wednesday, June 1
Time: 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. MST
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Meet your speakers
Ad has over 25 years of experience in the energy industry, specializing in enterprise data management. At Baker Hughes, Ad is responsible for their PLM integration's architecture and strategy, which connects their ERP, CRM, MDM, MES, and design tools through the entire lifecycle of Baker Hughes critical assets and their complex supply chain. Ad's experience with organizations such as Intergraph, Accenture, and Saudi Aramco, has provided him with deep expertise in the requirements and challenges of digitalizing modern oil & gas, energy, and process industry organizations.
John has over 30 years of experience in the Energy & Utilities industry. He began his career with Dow Chemical and later Nalco Chemical in technical sales as a steam and cooling water chemistry specialist in operating facilities. In 2000, John transitioned to the software industry, working in the energy trading & risk management software and plant engineering software businesses. In 2010, John joined Siemens and has held positions in Enterprise Sales, Industry Solutions, and now Industry Marketing. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science from the University of Guelph and lives with his family in Calgary, Canada.
Bemal leads the geoLOGIC's efforts in business intelligence and strategic insight. He leads JWN Energy's ESG practice that focuses on sustainability intelligence, tools and training. Bemal has over 25 years of experience across multiple industries, including oil and gas, mining and technology. Bemal is a professional engineer with a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in chemical engineering from the University of Alberta and a MBA from Queen’s University.