Energy Supply Chain and Procurement Summit

December 6-8, 2022- Houston, TX, United States

Back for the 8th 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 7 years, thousands of executives have attended the conference, making it a not to be missed fixture on their calendars. The event is the industry's crucial education and networking gathering, where ideas are generated, and business is done.

While the agenda has been designed for energy executives, supply chain and logistics practitioners from all industries will benefit from attendees, as the event's themes are universal.

The 8th Annual Energy Supply Chain and Procurement Summit will help attendees:

  • Understand the main challenges currently affecting supply chains and propose ways to reduce Scope 3 emissions?
  • Foster relationships with suppliers and promote supplier diversity?
  • Build transparent supply chains and monitor procurement lifecycles?
  • Strike a balance between profits and sustainable procurement?
  • Futureproof supply chains against escalating prices and shortages?
  • Leverage technology to build resilient supply chains

In addition, join us in December to:

  • Deep-dive into challenges and develop tangible solutions through our collaborative workshop
  • Network with 250+ attendees across two days in a casual and comfortable environment
  • Meet other decision-makers, gain insights, and share ideas?
  • Listen to 20+ content sessions sharing project successes and failures to help develop your teams

Who Should Attend?

Upstream E&P Operators, Midstream Companies, Petrochemical, Lubricant, Refinery and Processing Plants, Electric, Utilities, Wind and Solar companies in addition to EPC and Oilfield Service Companies with the following job titles:
  • Supply Chain
  • Procurement
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Category
  • Materials
  • Logistics/Transportation
  • Purchasing
  • Buyer
  • IT
In addition to:
  • Consultancy and Training Firms
  • Drilling Companies
  • IT Software
  • Freight, Transportation and Logistics Providers
  • eBusiness Partners

Workshop: Diversifying and Modernizing Supply Chains

Workshop Date: December 8, 2022

About Workshop
We live in a world that is facing a host of disruptions led by social, economic, medical, environmental, and geopolitical risks which highly influence the diversification of alternate sources of energy and technology integration across the value chain.  The continuous ever-changing landscape of energy and technology developments in all regulated industries, organizations are faced with making difficult and costly options in a vacuum.  

Digital transformation is undoubtedly one of the most important topics in the 21st century. It is defined as the use of digital technologies to improve business processes, culture, and client experiences.  

For energy and environmental organizations, it means a new way to convert physical findings from the field, into digital, actionable insights, to maximize operational efficiency, team collaboration, and cost savings. To many, it may seem like a matter of adding more apps and software into their already bloated technology stack - but is it really the case?

Ironically, organizations often suffer not because of the lack of apps, but of having too many uncoordinated "silo" systems and databases.  

Influencing the related integration of emerging industrial and digital technologies. The post-Covid-19 and inflationary environment path forward is very different prior to shutting down and we must now emerge with a creative approach as the future may remain unpredictable.  The main goal of business over the next few years will be survival and implementing the flexibility to adapt to continuous change.  

Energy, Agriculture, Mining, Oil and Gas, HHS, logistics, and other industries all create and share data and resources across the supply chain from feedstock to the consumer. To enable and support the constant and changing demands and the diversification of flexible operations we must integrate emerging industrial, digital, mobile, and legacy information technology with the social, political, economic, environmental, and medical environment. To survive and prosper we also must change from the old and traditional ways of thinking.  

Flexibility is critical for survival in constantly changing economies, and it is crucial to understand trends, business models, and enabling technologies that are interlinked and connected to the past and present social economic, environmental, and cultural drivers.

Who Can Attend?

  • This course is designed primarily for Regulated industries decision-makers: Manufacturing, Energy, Oil and Gas, Agriculture, Mining, Transportation, Logistics, HHS, and Government.
  • Participants that will benefit from this course include anyone accountable for making quality key decisions:  
  • Executives, Directors, Senior Managers, and those responsible for distributed teams, supply, service delivery, and projects across regions.

2022 Speakers

  • Bruce Bacon, Industry Leader, Energy, Appian
  • Nigel Bell, Senior Manager | Supplier Sustainability Product Lead, Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Thomas Broussard, Director of Supply Chain Services/Materials and Diversity, El Paso Electric Company
  • Dr. Maria Burns, Program Director, Technology Leadership & Innovation Management (TLIM), University of Houston
  • Jim Claunch, Expert Partner, Bain and Company
  • John Coyle, Director Global Supply Chain, Marathon Oil Corporation
  • Peter Dill, Senior Manager Indirect Purchasing, Huntsman
  • Steve Freeman, Chief Procurement Officer, Chevron Corporation
  • Dave Gajadhar, Managing Partner, ResultantGroup
  • Joe Gallagher, Director, Strategy & Compliance – Global Supply Chain, Apache Corporation
  • Charlie Groover, Director, Procurement & Supply Chain, Quantum Energy Partners
  • Milton Jones, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Telyn Joseph, Director, Global Procurement, Oceaneering
  • Josh Kolditz, Senior Consultant, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Xenophon Koufteros, Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
  • Emma Krenzke, Manager, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Gee Lauder, Global Head of Supply Chain & Integrated Business Value Manager, Shell
  • Jorge Lebrija, Sr Director - Head of Supply Chain, Valaris
  • Al Lindseth, Principal, CI5O Advisory
  • José Manuel Velarde, Sr. PRocurement Manager – Indirect, Americas, Huntsman Corporation
  • Dan McDonald, Senior Director, Source-To-Pay, Enverus
  • Ziba Mehra, Director, Purchasing – Supply Chain Services, Calpine Corporation
  • Brenda M. Udunna, Strategy & Performance Manager, Apache Corporation
  • Erin Murphy, Chief Growth Officer, Topl
  • Christopher Newton, Managing Director, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Balaji Ramakrishnan, President, UBSS Consulting
  • Leandro Reis, Materials Management, Seadrill
  • Abid Rizavi, Global Drilling Procurement Manager, bp
  • James Rosemond, President, ISM HoustonFaraz Shahid, Procurement Director; Engineering, Fabrication & Construction, bp
  • Faraz Shahid, Procurement Director; Engineering, Fabrication & Construction, bp
  • Darren Shelton, Chief Product Officer, FuelTrust
  • Sarah Jane Sherman, Vice President Supply Chain Management, Excelerate Energy
  • REMASANKAR S Sivasankaran Nair, Vice President, IBS Software
  • Madhivanan (Madhi) T A, Director (Engineering, Procurement & Construction), DOW Inc.
  • Scott Theriot, General Manager of Supply Chain Services, i2ms
  • Dr. Dale Tibodeau, Professor of Practice Supply Chain Management, Bauer College of Business
  • Luke van der Waals, D2D Value Stream Owner, Schlumberger
  • Mark Waddleton, Vice President, Corporate Development, First Genesis
  • Maru Suarez Williams, Upstream - Global Supply Chain Advisor, Chevron
  • Elliott Yama, Head of Global Product Marketing – ESG Risk Management, Riskonnect

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Hyatt Regency Galleria
2626 Sage Road, 77056
Houston, TX, USA
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Discounted Room Reservations
There are a limited number of rooms available for conference attendees at the price of $179 per night/plus taxes.

Click the link below to make your room reservation.
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All reservations must be made by November 14, 2022 to receive the discounted rate.
Event details
Organizer :Energy Conference Network
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-23851