Digitalising Oman’s refineries to enhance productivity and profit margins
With competition in the downstream sector looming, investing and implementing digital technologies is no more a thing of the future and a luxury to organisations. Majority of the oil and gas companies in the region have digitalised and have formed innovation departments to hit their digitaisation objectives.
With the $6 billion Duqm refinery set to become operational very soon, it is integral to ensure optimum productivity and minimum downtime of assets.
The Digital Refineries Summit, Oman will bring together experts and leaders to discuss the advancements, opportunities and barriers in transforming operations and organisations to a digitally advanced network. The summit will dive into advance technologies such as IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), Robotic process automation, drones and its use case in the energy sector whilst ensuring a resilient cyber security strategy to protect assets and operations.
Is Oman ready to embrace the digital shift to establish itself as a major downstream player?
Why you cannot miss this event?
- Reduce your refinery’s capital expenditure by at least 20% through technologies such as IIoT, big data, drones and cloud analytics
- Build an effective cyber resilience strategy and infrastructure to avoid cyber attacks resulting in revenue loss by over $5.5 million and profit by $1.4 million
- Enhance worker safety through wearable tech thus reducing emergency response times by 95%
- Realise maintenance savings of $17 million and 36% less planned downtime through a predictive data based approach
Who should attend?
Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads, Managers, Team Leaders, Senior Engineers, Specialists, Supervisors, Engineers of the following departments:
- Information Security
- IT Enterprise
- Functional Support
From the following industries:
- Oil and Gas
- Upstream, Midstream, Downstream
What Others Have to Say
"Very targeted talks and workshops, which engages the attendees and provides relevancy to what they do"