Oil and Gas Mobility Houston

Oil and Gas Mobility Houston
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May 23, 2016 11:30 PM to
May 26, 2016 10:00 AM



Oil price volatility remains the biggest driving force behind organizational re-evaluation and cost reduction. Driving down costs is important but staying operational is imperative. Oil and gas industry professionals are turning to mobility as a tool to maximize efficiency with limited resources.
In Houston the focus has moved away from production and exploration to maximizing productivity and efficiency that will drive the highest return on investments. Mobility is seen as the key to this, but how is this achieved with limited staff and resources, whilst managing security, vendor and connectivity challenges? The Oil and Gas Mobility Summit 2016 intends to provide you with the solutions for overcoming these challenges.
The summit will bring together 100+ senior IT representatives from the oil and gas industry to discuss and debate the techniques and challenges of implementing their mobility strategy, providing solutions for:
Using existing enterprise applications: analyzing the customisation of large enterprise applications
Amalgamating the practices of upstream and downstream operators to create a more efficient mobile strategy
Workforce management solutions: analyzing processes in field force solutions
Tackling mobile demands when trying to cut budgets when IT teams still need to provide cross mobile platforms
Establishing the business case for IT and technology adoption to improve mobility in your business
This year's speakers include:
Baker Hughes
Chevron Services Company
Tetra Technologies
Stallion Oilfield Services
Red Hat
Acommence Advisors
NRG Energy
Turkish Petroleum Corporation
EP Energy


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TBC, Houston, 77032, United States
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