Back for the 7th consecutive year, the Energy Supply Chain and Procurement Summit
will again attract supply chain and procurement leaders from the energy ecosystem, exploring how their organizations can respond to the turbulent market dynamics and new technology offerings by sharing best practices strategies for streamlining processes, increasing efficiency and sustainability, and achieving business value.
Over the past 6 years, thousands of executives have attended the conference, making it a not to be missed fixture on their calendars. The event is seen as a crucial education and networking gathering, where ideas are generated and business is done.
In 2021, energy supply chain and procurement specialists will present in-depth case studies on how to:
- Constantly evolve their strategies for an increasingly turbulent world - when black swans are more and more common
- Build sustainability best practice into your supply chain - and move towards a circular economy
- Take advantage of the latest technology offerings from best in breed innovators, including robotic automation, IoT, additive manufacturing, blockchain
- Maintain and plan sustainable cost structures
- Improve transparency for external and internal stakeholders
- Consolidate resources and create synergies with internal and external partners
- Reshape the workforce skill-sets and retention strategies to meet business objectives
Preview of topics on 2021 agenda
- Demonstrating exemplary supply chain leadership in a period of unprecedented turbulence.
- Positioning the supply chain as a key driver of business growth and performance.
- ISM Houston panel - working with industry for better supply chain outcomes.
- Next-gen talent - a look at the future of the workforce, including managing a new WFM environment, Gen Z graduates and reskilling existing workforces for Industry 4.0 and 5.0
- A look at how 2020 and 2021 have inextricably changed the supply chain and procurement functions.
- The importance of supply chain and procurement leaders in contributing to industry, organization and individual’s carbon reduction targets.
- How feasible is a circular economy within energy supply chains - and how can companies support the objective of net zero and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals?
- Advances in machine learning and data analytics - and how supply chains have been impacted
- Connectivity - increasing your data points through IIoT and analytics
- Supply chain risk - where are the physical and cyber disruptions going to come from, and how can you prepare?
- Digital transformation vs digitizing SC&P business user cases
- Building an agile and resilient supply chain to deal with future shocks and increasingly common black swans.
- Disruptive technologies - what is coming next - and how can you capitalize? Robotics, additive manufacturing, autonomy, self-driving cars/trucks, drones - what else?
- Building on supplier development and diversity - and the benefits of broadening and deepening relationships.
- Changes in compliance requirements - understanding your responsibilities and ensuring your organization is prepared.
- Developing win-win supplier collaborations - what are the underlying behaviors that should orchestrate your approach?
- 2022 and beyond - what will we be talking about at next year’s conference? What should we have seen coming?
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
- Jennifer Bass, Chief Human Resources Officer, Encino Energy
- Adrian Bregnard, GM CP Projects Americas, Shell Projects & Technology
- Ed Brzytwa, Director for International Trade, American Chemistry Council
- Dona Burke, Vice President, Procurement, TPC Group
- Jodie Burr, Supply Chain Director for US/Mexico, TC Energy
Greg Conklin, Contracting and Procurement Manager- Renewable Power (Onshore Wind, Solar and Storage), Shell
- Leslie Cook, Principal Analyst, Upstream Supply Chain, Wood Mackenzie
- Peter Dill, Senior Manager - Indirect Purchasing, Huntsman Corporation
- Bob Engel, Director, WG Consulting
- Justin Everett, Head of Strategic Procurement, North America, Industrial Applications Division, Siemens Energy
- Philippe Flichy, Regional President, Nexterus Houston
- Joey Forrest, Member Manager, HighPoint Solutions
- Dave Gajadhar, Advisor, ResultantGroup
- James Grogan, Senior Manager - Indirect Tax, EY
- Amy Henry, CEO, Eunike Ventures
- Rebecca Hofmann, President, Blockchain for Energy
- Telyn Joseph, Director, Global Procurement, Oceaneering
- Kartapurkh S Khalsa, Senior Counsel & Director of Customs Compliance, NOV
- Mark McDaniel, President, McDaniel+Cullen
- Dan McDonald, Sr. Director Source-To-Pay, Enverus
- Greg McGavin, VP Global Supply Chain, Seadrill
- Chris Monk, Managing Director, Protiviti
- Ben Ogidan, Leader Supply Chain - North America Competence Center, Equinor
- Rob Ratchinsky, CEO, ENGAGE
- SK Roy, CEO, Graynomics
- Gwen Schreffler, Corporate Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Investor Relations & Corporate Development, Core Laboratories
- Simon Seaton, CEO, Energy & Resources Worldwide, Sodexo
- Faraz Shahid, Procurement Director; Engineering, Fabrication & Construction, bp
- Akash Sharma, Director – Product, Enverus
- Suhail Siddiqui, PSCM Director – Americas Capital Projects, bp
- Jason Stanley, Vice President ESG, Tidewater
- Ganesh Subbaraman, Vice President of Supply Chain, Gryphon Oilfield Solutions
- Pravin Tampi, Vice President Supply Chain, Toshiba International Corporation
- Scott Theriot, General Manager of Supply Chain Services, i2ms
- Uday Turaga, Chief Executive Officer, ADI Analytics LLC
- Mark Waddleton, Vice President of Corporate Development, First Genesis
- Maru Williams, Upstream Supply Chain Advisor, Corporate Procurement and Supply Chain Management, Chevron
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2525 West Loop South, 77027
Houston, TX, USA
DISCOUNTED ROOM RESERVATIONS
There are a limited number of rooms available for conference attendees at the price of $109 per night/plus taxes.
To reserve your room, you may use the link below or call 1-866-292-4100 and identify your self as part of the Energy Supply Chain & Procurement Summit Conference. Hotel Reservation Link
All reservations must be made by October 17, 2021 to receive the discounted rate.