Future Energy Systems

28 September 2021 

  • FUTURE ENERGY SYSTEMS

    EXPLORING TECHNOLOGY AND DECARBONISATION FOR THE ENERGY SECTOR
    28 SEPTEMBER 2021

  • FUTURE DIGITAL TWIN

    EXPLORING INNOVATION THROUGH DIGITAL TWIN TECHNOLOGY
    26-27 MAY 2021

28 September 2021

In order to achieve net zero by 2050 the global economy must shift to electricity as the power source for a far wider range of end-applications and be matched by an equally rapid decarbonisation of electricity supply. 

Electrification will be the key to decarbonising many sectors of the economy, but the process must be smart, reliable and resilient and requires a decentralised power grid to deliver the benefits. This will include renewables integration, energy storage facilities, system expansions and the pressing need for digitalisation and developing a cyber inventory programme. 

Future Energy Systems will analyse the barriers to adoption and investigate the challenges and opportunities from renewable growth, including harnessing and developing the power of digital technology.

Future Energy Systems attendees include representatives of utility companies; technology vendors; policy managers, investors, procurers, system integrators, oil & gas companies, government and municipal authorities.

 

 REGISTER HERE

 

FUTURE ENERGY SYSTEMS AT A GLANCE

 

1,000
ENERGY PROFESSIONALS

25+
INFLUENTIAL SPEAKERS

1
FULL DAY OF CONTENT

15+
SESSIONS ON KEY TOPICS


WHO ATTENDS?

Testimonials

  • The Future of Oil and Gas conference features almost seventy speakers from the industry and academia covering issues like digital transformation, data driven operations, automation, artificial intelligence/machine learning and cybersecurity. 

    Michael Lewis

    Cybersecurity and Technology Planner, Chevron

  • I have really enjoyed balanced approach and quality of presenters on 2020 Future oil & gas conference. It was a combination of deeply technical and strategic “influencers” in oil and gas, outlying 30000ft and 100ft digitalization path of the industry. This was a window on where we are with digitalization and where we are heading. Given current challenges, Future oil and gas is refreshment from professional isolation and calibration point for development work

    Julian Zec

    Senior Program Manager, Maersk Drilling​

  • Future Oil and Gas is a great conference with a high-quality programme, great topics, knowledgeable speakers and participants.

    Einar Landre

    Lead Analyst IT, Equinor

  • Thank you again for having me at the event which gathered some of the most prominent thinkers, leaders and doers across Oil and Gas industry. It was enlightening and humbling to leaven to and be part of discussions that move our industry forward into the future. Exciting to connect with people from all corners of the world on one screen in a stimulating professional conversation

    Alexander Klebanov

    Chief Data Scientist, Chesapeake Energy

  • The attraction in participating in Future Oil & Gas is in the diversity speakers, panelists and audience. I get the chance to engage with international oil majors as well as technology providers from the across the globe and get their honest feedback on the challenges that we face in the energy industry in the prevailing conditions that is engulfing us today. I can also obtain valuable insights on the fiscal strategies that the panelists are putting in place, which can provide a fruitful reference point to PETRONAS

    Fadhlan Nik Abdul Aziz

    Head of Innovation, PETRONAS

What experts attending our events say about disruptive technology in oil and gas:

"Digital will continue to disrupt the whole E&P value chain as margins continue to shrink and prices continue to be volatile; no company has the luxury to leave money on the table by not using Digital to their advantage."
Rodrigo Becerra Mizuna, Chief Information Officer (Business & Digital Transformation) & Corporate Vice President, Pemex

"How we see digital in Total is not just a matter of getting ahead of the competition, it is a matter of survival."
Thierry Adolph, Digital Officer Industry, Total

“Data is the new oil, it is going to be the key ingredient in the fourth industrial revolution.”
Ruptesh Pattanayak, Director Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector (UK), Microsoft

“We do see digital as the main area of transformation of our business. Cloud is the big gamechanger.”
Blaine Tookey, Technology Principal – Digital Innovation Organisation, BP