Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club, Kenya
21st – 23rd October 2013
Information has always been critical to the oil industry – information about new fields, about production levels, about potential risks and rewards.
What has changed is the sophistication of the data collection, monitoring and analysis tools available to oil firms as they look to maximise returns from existing fields at the same time as discovering and exploring new prospects. Information – and your ability to use it well – has become a key differentiator as we enter the age of the digital oilfield.
It's why the role of the Chief Information Officer has become increasingly important to oil and gas firms looking to drive greater operational efficiencies on the one hand, and innovate in terms of unlocking new opportunities on the other. Harnessing the power of emerging technologies to address key challenges in terms of data collection, storage and analysis, communications and collaboration, and improved infrastructure management are all areas where the CIO can make a huge difference to oil firms' productivity.
The challenge lies in making the right decisions – both technology focused and strategy oriented – to ensure you are an enabler of, rather than a stumbling block to, business opportunity. Which is where The CIO30 comes in.
This CIO30 is invitation-only, which is why access to the website is password protected. If you would like to find out more about the program or attendees, please contact Mia Shepherd.
T: (+44) 0117 915 4743
M: (+44) 07572 124 072
Vendor feedback from our CIO Africa summit in South Africa in February 2012.
Arabella Western Cape Hotel & Spa, South Africa / 10th – 12th December 2012