The Future of the Canadian Oilfield is Digital
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the Oil and Gas IIoT Sensors market estimated at US$659.1 Million in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$892 Million by 2026 as per global industry analysts, inc.
The global energy transition could create 170,000 jobs in Canada and contribute $61 billion to Alberta's GDP by 2050, according to a recent study released by provincial economic development groups.
We are is pleased to return in 2022 with the 7th Annual Digitalization in Oil and Gas Canada Conference
. Once again, attendees will gather to learn from digital pioneers who are shaping the future of the technological landscape, exchange ideas with like-minded peers and network with leading solution providers.
Technologies such as IoT, machine learning, AI, digital twins, drones, automation, edge computing and blockchain will be highlighted at this conference, with several focussed themes on Clean-Tech and GHG reduction, Position data and data analytics, Digital transformation, 5G and private networks and more.
The 7th Annual Digitization in Oil and Gas Canada Conference
agenda will include real life case studies, project updates, panel discussions, keynote presentations and round tables debates on how to drive production efficiency, lower risk, reduce costs and improve safety in the Canadian Oil and Gas industry.
Digitalization is no longer an option, but critical in enabling Canadian oil and gas companies to achieve benefits across their entire value chain - from exploration to development and production.
Topics to be Discussed Will Include:
- Emerging tech trends shaping the future of oil and gas
- Leveraging innovations in digitalization to achieve net-zero emission targets
- Investing in technologies such as IoT, machine learning, AI, digital twins, drones, automation and blockchain
- Use case examples of where digitalization has driven efficiency, lowered costs and improved performance
- Harnessing Big Data across the value chain
- Capitalizing on Digitalization to improve asset management and reduce downtime
- Offshore production and digital technologies
- Marc Boulet, Manager, Geological Information Management, Cenovus Energy
- Amit Bhargava, Manager, Environment & Regulatory Approvals, ATCO Energy Solutions
- Monika Mangla, Director/Program Manager, Chevron
- Sheldon Wall, Manager Advanced Analytics, Suncor
- Vincent Lam, Co-founder and CEO, Matidor.com
Please fill in your name and email to receive the Conference Agenda of this event.
VenueHotel Arts Calgary
119 - 12th Avenue, T2R 0G8
South West, Calgary, AB, Canada
Hotel Arts remains open for business to all hotel guests, however, we have also implemented the Government of Alberta’s Restriction Exemption Program as it pertains to in-person Food & Beverage Service, Meetings & Events, Poolside & Fitness Centre use.
As of September 20, 2021, the following will apply to in-person Food & Beverage Service, Meetings & Events, Poolside & Fitness Centre use:
- Have proof of vaccination received 14 days prior to time of service (double dose)
- Have proof of a recent (within 72 hours) negative COVID test (PCR or rapid test)
View most recent regulations here
- Have documentation of a medical exemption for vaccination
- Masks are required for all indoor public spaces