Operational Excellence Breakfast
     
Digital transformation in energy continues to focus on operational excellence through connected asset operations.

Many leading oil & gas and utilities companies are pursuing digital transformation to drive operational excellence. Across exploration, refining, power generation and distribution, petrochemical and other energy sectors, leaders are focused on reducing costs, mitigating risks, maximizing return on assets and streamlining project management.

Our research with the World Energy Council suggests the global energy industry loses $20 billion, or 5% of annual production, due to unscheduled downtime. A major contributory factor to unscheduled downtime is the inability to effectively use information on all aspects of operations. Implementing predictive maintenance is impossible when what's happening with the assets is unknown. Rather than operational information being the impediment, it must become the enabler.

Join us for breakfast on December 11, 2018 to discuss what Digital means in energy, what leaders are doing and how it can create value for you.
 
 
Details
Date: December 11, 2018
Time: 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: The Westin Oaks at the Galleria
5011 Westheimer at, Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056
Consulate Room, 3rd floor
  Agenda
7:00 AM: Registration, Networking & Breakfast Buffet
7:30 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks
7:45 AM: Presentations and Audience Q&A
9:00 AM: Breakfast Concludes
 
Speakers
Tommy Inglesby
 
Martin Richards
Tommy Inglesby
Accenture
 
Martin Richards
OpenText
Tommy is a managing director in Accenture's Energy Industry Group. He currently leads the North America oilfield and equipment services (OFES) segment. Tommy has more than 20 years of oil and gas experience working in senior leadership roles in upstream operations and consulting focusing on growth strategy.   Martin is currently responsible for the Energy & Engineering Industry Strategy within OpenText. Based on his extensive experience in the industry and with content management solutions, Martin has worked with customers and led the effort to design, develop, and deploy industry solutions aimed at managing documents and processes with the engineering functions of energy companies.