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Navigating a cost-conscious world. How Digital Industrial can boost efficie...
Mon 12 December 2016, 13:30 – 15:00 CET
Navigating a cost-conscious world. How Digital Industrial can boost efficiency and inject new energy in oil and gas operations
Over the past two years, the oil and gas industry has been experiencing significant pressure due to falling oil prices and peaking operating cost. This has led to a prolonged downturn which, in turn, is prompting industry participants to re-think some of the industry’s key operating mechanisms and inject fresh thinking into the way we operate assets in high cost regions.
During this session Sebastien Condom, General Manager for Digital at GE Oil & Gas’ Turbomachinery Solutions Business, will provide an overview of opportunities that can be offered to industry players partnering to apply digital solutions to the engineering, construction, commissioning, start up and operation of industrial facilities. By embedding all these processes in one platform, GE can partner with engineering companies and oil and gas operators to bring new agility and speed-to-market to their operations.
Today, the possibility of having a complete data-driven view of the industry is real. And it’s built on having all data in one place, creating a unified and connected ecosystem on GE’s industrial operating system, Predix.
The program will include an overview of:
- The potential benefit of using Predix, GE’s cloud-based operating system developed exclusively for the industrial world.
- How Digital can help the industry optimize design and build processes to benefit projects where operations are digitally enabled from the start.
- GE’s Asset Performance Management (APM) services, a suite of software solutions providing industrial businesses with a comprehensive, integrated view of their assets and equipment at multiple levels.
- The opportunities Digital can provide to transition from a reactive maintenance strategy to a proactive approach.
Additional Industry Speakers TBC.
***We recommend that you arrive half an hour early***