CHEMTECH will organize the 9th edition of integrated energy industry show – Oil & Gas World Expo from March 4-6, 2020 in Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai for Oil & Gas World Expo 2020. The integrated hydrocarbon industry show will have focused technical conferences for E&P, Natural gas & LNG, Refining & Petrochemicals and Surface Engineering
CHEMTECH has maintained the tradition of conducting the events under the guidance of Central Advisory Board (CAB) members who have actively supported our endeavors and enabled all our B2B business verticals to stay relevant for the industries. We are organizing the event under the current edition under the guidance of influencers from up-mid & downstream hydrocarbon sector and power industry which includes:
· Mr. S K Moitra, Director (Onshore), ONGC Ltd – Chairman CAB, Oil & Gas World Expo 2020
· Mr. P K Sharma, Director (Operations), Oil India Ltd – Technical Chairman – CAB, Oil & Gas World Expo 2020
· Mr. Rajeev Mathur – ED (Corporate Affairs) & OSD to CMD – Chairman CAB, GASTech World Expo 2020
· Mr. Prasad Panicker, ED- BPCL , Kochi Refinery – Chairman CAB, Refinery & Petrochemicals World Expo 2020
International exhibition will provide an all-encompassing platform to showcase hydrocarbon processing technologies, oil field equipment & services, advanced automation, emission control & environmental technologies, digital solutions, surface engineering & corrosion control solutions along with EPC & Engineering services for up mid & downstream hydrocarbon industry for up mid & downstream hydrocarbon industry.
The concurrent events include GASTech, Refining & Petrochemicals Power & Surface Engineering Paint & Coating Forum 2020 which will create yet another opportunity for the global industry to connect with the stalwarts from India’s energy industry ecosystem during three days of international exhibition in Mumbai.
Mr. Arvind J MorbaleED - Asset ManagerNeelam & Heera, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd
The Paradigm shift in Oil & Gas Industry subject to the ‘Boom & Bust’ economy and investments that will yield returns has compelled Oil majors to look at innovations and emerging technology adoption in realising the augmented reality. The CHEMTECH Oil & Gas World 2018 will discuss on the changing global oil & gas industry dynamics and find innovative ways to ensure a reliable, equitable and sustainable business model in the sector.
Mr. Sudhir VasudevaFormer Chairman & Managing DirectorONGC Limited
The substantial demand for energy that the growing economy generates and the significant value of our crude imports in combination provide a compelling reason for us to augment the domestic supplies and that is our biggest challenge today. Our output has been stagnating or plateauing for years now and can be set to be even gradually dipping. There are things that we are doing right now but we should do more to reverse the trend and take the country to the path that defines by increasing oil supplies from domestic sources.
Mr. P ElangoManaging DirectorHOEC
While 32% of Indian oil & gas basins have yet to be offered for exploration, 78% of basins, which have been offered for exploration till now in the country, have not fully explored. Higher level of exploration and technology will be the key to catch the unclaimed prize.
Mr. Sanjay JoshiCountry Manager & Managing DirectorAker Solutions
There is no doubt that the whole oil & gas industry is going through a turbulent time and likely to be there for much longer. But at the same time there are a lot of optimisms if you look at it in a different way. Thus we have to prepare ourselves and improve our operational efficiencies and reduce the cost. We need to have a lot of optimisms and good sprit towards the industry.
Mr. S K MoitraDirector (Onshore)ONGC
As the oil price has come down USD 30 per barrel today, oil & gas production has become a real challenge for all of us. It is our endeavour to see that how do we do to produce the oil below USD 25 per barrel. There is a huge requirement of cost reduction to keep the bottom line of the business.
Ms. Ann OllestadConsul GeneralRoyal Norwegian Consulate General
The bilateral trade between India and Norway has been evolving manifold in energy, IT, health and technology sectors as presenting opportunities since last few decades. The partnership enhances India’s flagship programmes such as Make in India, Smart Cities, Clean India, Start-up India and the Sagarmala projects. The recent ‘Ocean Dialogue' between Norway and India was an important tool to bring this cooperation forward.
Mr. Abdo AhmadHead of Drilling & Completions (HOD) – Deep Water ProjectsReliance Industries Ltd
Era of Easy oil has gone and the new finds are increasingly in remote geographies and difficult environments, such as deep under water or from unconventional sources like shale oil and shale gas. Though the new findings have adequate supply of O&G for future needs; however, the new projects will be larger, more remote and complex and enabled by innovations and advances in technology. The associate risks are also high, thus the nature of programme management is changing, becoming more complex, involving new partnerships, sharing risks, managing operational risks, etc.
Mr Jayant MalhotraGMSchlumberger
To meet today’s business challenges there need to be constant conversations between companies and customers, and companies should move towards technology integration. The factors that would contribute towards a lower cost per barrel are people, technology, risk-sharing, knowledge, and experience.
Mr. George SomanTeam leader / Lead Structural EngineerLloyd's Register
With new technologies emerging everyday, many with the same promise of reducing costs and optimising a business’ performance, ways to achieve technological advancement across the industry are now in abundance and oil executives must consider how best to accelerate this innovation to ensure its continued success on a global scale.
Mr.Manav KanwarManaging DirectorSK Oilfield Equipment Co. Pvt. Ltd
Technology advancements in the upstream oil and gas business have opened up new frontiers, enabled safer operations, enhanced oil and gas recovery from existing fields and increased energy efficiency. In the downstream business, technology has too helped to increase and upgrade the capacity of the oil barrel and has met the increasing demands of environmental legislation.
Mr. Aditya MukerjeeBusiness Development ManagerSK Oilfield Equipment Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Intervention free reservoir surveillance and diagnosis is required to minimise the operating expenses and downtime and for timely fashion for a successful well intervention plan in deepwater offshore. Furthermore, multi-lateral well technology that reduces the number of slots requires additional reservoir management to ensure that production is maximized from various zones. All these issues have led to advances in "smart" or intelligent wells, which allow for real-time data gathering of downhole information, and provide completions that can control production from various zones.
Mr. K BalasubramanianVice President – IT & PDM, Petroleum E&P,RIL
Digital technology is not new to the oil and gas Industry. Digital Platform, Digital Oil fields, etc are decade old, connecting remote O&G fields to operation centre to monitor performance and analysis real-time data. However, what is new in the digital space within the oil and gas industry is the emerging digital technologies like; IoT, machine learning and analytics; the change in attitude within the industry which is now considering outsourcing ‘innovation’ to partners because they see the value in digitalization.
Mr. P K SharmaDirector (Operations)Oil India Limited
Automation is key to the digital oilfield, driving productivity and innovation both onshore and offshore. Early adopters of digital oilfield technologies are already reaping rewards, including improved efficiencies, cost savings and advanced health and safety and environmental compliance, etc.
Dr. Vladimir NavrotskyChief Technology Officer (CTO), Power Generation Service, Distributed Generation, Gas Turbine Fleet Director,Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB
The geographic distribution and remoteness of oil and gas projects presents operators with significant challenges in managing logistics, making sure key parts are available for maintenance and keeping downtimes to a minimum. 3D technologies — printing and scanning — can help energy companies and suppliers reduce costs wherever possible while maintaining or improving quality of products and speed of repair/maintenance activities.
Mr. Amritpal Singh BamhrahAccount Manager – Oil & GasAVEVA Information Technology India Pvt Ltd
Digital assets in oil & gas are not merely photos and rich media stored as digital files – they are literally a means to critical business results.Digital assets are the backbone of the industry across its lifecycle with complete information integrity and continual operational readiness. It is eventually helped to gain insights from their operation and condition data, effectively and efficiently, to improve productivity, and to safely and reliably extend asset life.
Mr. Ali DidanlooPetroleum Engineering Manager - South East AsiaSchlumberger
The highly volatile and complex industry, oil & gas sector requires maximum yields per barrels. Predictive analytics can enable to help optimize production, operators might consider adopting advanced analytics, which combines engineering, data science, and computing power to enable businesses to forecast yields or maximize industry assets.
Mr. Manesh AliasChief Operating OfficerWrench Solutions Pvt Ltd
As being the most demanding, challenging and exciting engineering and technological advances, a integration of project management with information management is required with the aim to review the project management, improve the decision making process and overall project execution. SmartProject digitizes the project execution process from macro to micro level to integrate all the processes, people and data of a project and organization.
Mr. Satish PalekarVice President & Head of Offshore Business VerticalL&T Hydrocarbon Engineering Limited
Integrated approach to field development continues to gain traction – be it Onshore, Offshore or Subsea. Innovative architectures and technologies are the key concepts invented for these developments will drive the emergence of a new generation of onshore and offshore conventional projects that deliver superior profitability in a ‘cheap oil’ environment.
Mr. Ajay GharpureVP Offshore Projects – IndiaAker Solutions
Subsea market has been one of the few bright spots in the Offshore Oil & Gas Industry globally; however, the downturn forcing operators to re-evaluate the development concepts of various projects and to look for efficiencies and new business models to survive.
Mr. Rakesh VermaChief Executive OfficerSimon India
Rapid advancements in technology will continue to engineer further growth in oil and gas. Super computers and complex data processing will enable new discoveries. Smart devices will enable improved operational management and better risk management. Advanced materials will offer safer operations in difficult terrain. Manufacturing technologies will improve the applications of new materials and collaborative technologies will enable new ways of managing complex global projects.
Mr. Uday V KulkarniOffshore Business Development HeadTechnip India & Offshore Projects Operations Head, Mumbai
Subsea Technologies are continuing to gain traction in the offshore field development; however, new technologies can improve projects economy and accelerate first oil.