For ConocoPhillips and ENI, correct digital asset information is important to support safe engineering processes like operations, maintenance, and modification. Accelerated operational readiness, integration of acquisitions, increased project complexity, or standardization at the portfolio level are just a few examples for areas where digital and actionable asset information is playing a central role.
There are different approaches to establish a high-quality engineering information asset.
ConocoPhillips will explain how it manages and validates information from engineering contractors during the project phase, how this information is handed over to operations, how it is further maintained, and how it adds value during the various phases. During this session, ConocoPhillips will not only focus on technology aspects but also discuss the importance of people and process change management.
ENI will share how a cloud-based service is allowing ENI to foster collaboration between the ENI E&P Engineering & Construction organization (HQ, Tecnomare, and ENI Engineering E&P) as well as multiple engineering contractors during project execution on a global scale. The expected benefits of this 24/7 SaaS model include improved engineering information quality as well as significantly lower cost and complexity of engineering information handover.
If you are challenged with high-quality engineering information exchange on complex, global, or multi-vendor projects, hear solutions from industry leaders and make plans to attend this keynote.