Digital Oilfields Africa Conference

Unlocking Africa's Oil Potential Worth $1.8 Trillion Through Digitalisation


Lagos, Nigeria

Nigeria has Africa's largest crude oil reserves (37 billion barrels and 5,500 billion cubic meters of gas). Optimising production and is one of the biggest challenges upstream oil companies in Africa face today. Effe

The event will focus on achieving data availability for operations and drilling thus reducing Non-Productive Time (NPT) substantially. It will also focus on securing valves and pumps through sensors and remote monitoring of wells to help improve production capacities and uptime.

Do you want to optimise your production capacities and increase uptime percentages across all plants?

Why Attend?

  • Learn about the best methods of data management and manage data overloads
  • Digitalise your documents to optimise information management and document control
  • Optimise your smart valves and pumps for enhanced production optimization
  • Recover the most from your oil wells through digital oil recovery techniques
  • Leverage the most from artificial lifts to increase production capacities

Who Should Attend?

Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads, Managers, Team Leaders, Senior Engineers, Specialists, Supervisors, Engineers of the following departments:
  • IT
  • Information Security
  • SCADA
  • Planning
  • Telecommunication
  • IT Enterprise
  • Functional Support
  • Data management and security
  • Well surveillance
  • Automation
  • Operations, Head of ERM/EAM
  • Digitalization

Speakers

  • Emmanuel Udofia, CEO/Managing Director, Suneses Energy, Nigeria
  • Engr. Enorense Amadasu, Head of Upstream Monitoring and Regulations Division (HUMR), Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria
  • Engr. Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary, Nigeria Content Development Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Nigeria
  • Engr. Kapuulya Musomba, Acting Managing Director, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation, (TPDC) Tanzania
  • Dr. Omar Farouk Ibrahim, General Manager and Governor, NNPC and Governor of OPEC for Nigeria
  • Dr. Rabiu Suleiman, Group Executive Director, NNPC & Senior Technical Advisor to the Honourable Minister of State of Petroleum Resources on Refineries and Downstream Infrastructure, Nigeria
  • Sunny Iyuke, CEO, Petroleum Training Institute, Nigeria
  • Ekere Akpan, Technical Services Manager, Universal Energy Resources Limited, Nigeria
  • Joseph Akkani, Materials, Corrosion and Inspection Engineer, Shell Nigeria
  • Senior Management, Representative, Shell Nigeria
  • Anietie Ukon, Chief Petroleum Engineer, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria
  • Srinivas Rachakonda, Director, Strategy, Dangote Industries, Nigeria
  • Abdel Majid Aissani, Senior Production Technologist, Petronas Carigali, Malaysia
  • Mohamed Hasan, IT Service Management Specialist, Shell, Iraq
  • Abiodun K. Oladipo, Completion, Intervention and Rigless, NAOC Ltd.
  • Suraj Rao, Conference Director, IQPC
Conference Day One - Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Conference Day Two - Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Post Conference Workshop Day - Thursday, 25 July 2019

Venue

Four Points by Sheraton Lagos
Plot 9/10 Block 2 Oniru Chieftaincy Estate
Victoria Island, Lagos
Nigeria
Website: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/losfp-four-points-lagos/?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2
Phone: +234 1 448 9444

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