The Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada (PTAC) is organising a one-day conference on the impact of #digital on #oil and #gas. I will be chairing a panel discussion on the topic.
New technology such as block chain, internet of things and artificial intelligence are making their way into the business world, and more prominently, into the supply chain and logistics industry. What are these new technologies and can we understand them further? I am part of a panel discussion on the Digital Reinvention of the Oil and Gas Supply Chain, hosted by the Canadian Centre for Advanced Supply Chain Management and Logistics (CASL).
I’ll be addressing the role of digital in the construction supply chain for new oil and gas infrastructure.
At the IECA Annual Canadian Conference, I will be delivering a presentation on Emerging Energy Technology, and its impact on the commercial and operational activities of the energy industry. For this presentation, I’ll be joined on stage by Google Home, my occasional artificial intelligence sidekick who provides content, answers questions and tells jokes, all to prove a point – that digital technology is here to stay.
Finance leaders from across the business community will be discussing three topics – robotic process automation, blockchain and disclosure automation. Hosted by Carlee Panylyk, this form will consist of a circuit of three concurrent sessions, with the attendees rotating through the circuit stations. I will be providing a deep dive look into blockchain or distributed ledger technology, how it works, and how it will transform business processes.