Back for the 6th consecutive year, the Energy Supply Chain and Procurement Summit
will be VIRTUAL this year! It will again explore how energy companies can respond to the improving market sentiment and new technology offerings by sharing best practices strategies for streamlining processes, increasing efficiency and sustainability, and achieving business value.
In 2019, over 150 attendees again heard from some of the world's leading energy supply chain leaders, and gained valuable insights to get a competitive edge in 2020.
In 2020, energy supply chain and procurement specialists will present in-depth case studies on how to:
- Evaluate supply chain and procurement strategies, sourcing techniques and costs amid COVID disruption
- Utilize Blockchain technology
- Maintain and plan sustainable cost structures
- Consolidate resources and create synergies with internal and external partners
- Utilize the Internet of Things (IoT) to help optimize and streamline processes
- Reshape the workforce skill-sets and retention strategies to meet business objectives
Who Should Attend
Upstream E&P Operators, Midstream Companies, Petrochemical, Lubricant, Refinery and Processing Plants, Electric, Wind and Solar companies in addition to EPC and Oilfield Service Companies with the following job titles:
- Supply Chain
- Strategic Sourcing
In addition to:
- Consultancy and Training Firms
- Drilling Companies
- IT Software
- Freight, Transportation and Logistics Providers
- eBusiness Partners
- Anjani Achanta, Executive - Additive Manufacturing, Baker Hughes
- Peter Dill, Senior Manager - Indirect Purchasing, Huntsman Corporation, President, ISM Houston
- Jaime Romero, Principal, Oil & Gas – Energy, Oliver Wyman
- Suhail Siddiqui, PSCM Director, BP Wells
- Luke van der Waals, Operations System Performance Manager for Supply Chain, Schlumberger
- Alejandro Vanags, Partner, Oil & Gas – Energy, Oliver Wyman
- Thomas W. Derry, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Supply Management
- Rick Roybal, President and Chair, Oil and Gas Vendor Roundtable
- George A. Zsidisin, , Ph.D., CPSM, C.P.M., John W. Barriger III Professor and Director of the Supply Chain Risk and Resilience Research (SCR3) Institute, University of Missouri – St. Louis
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