The Middle East SOUR Plant Operations Network (MESPON) Forum is an interactive conference aimed at fostering enduring, cooperative relationships between sour gas and sulphur plant operators across the UAE and the Middle East.
The forum attracts over 400 delegates from across the region and beyond and is designed for sharing, learning, brainstorming and collaborating amongst peers and industry experts for the purpose of achieving world-class management of sour gas and sulphur facilities.
At this year’s conference DIGATEX were invited to discuss the use of artificial intelligence to overcome data and document anarchy to support better and safer day to day operations. To learn more or request a copy of this presentation please contact Robert.firstname.lastname@example.org
Is Digital Asset Management Needed? In this month’s issue of Oil & Gas Middle East magazine our CEO, Derek Middlemas, answers this question. Download this exclusive article
For the second installment of “60 Seconds with…” series IQPC caught up with Derek Middlemas, Chief Executive Officer at DIGATEX. Derek is championing the concept of ‘digital twin’ – that is creating a digital asset for every physical asset – a replica in every way that supports decision making across the asset lifecycle.
Download this exclusive interview to see how digital assets can help you improve safety, reliability and operational efficiency in your organisation.
This is the first in a short series of posts, intended to stimulate ideas and gather input and experience from industry experts to drive the digital transformation of how we create, manage, share and use engineering and asset information across the lifecycle of large complex and normally one-off assets such as oil and gas, petrochemical, power and offshore. The [...]
Mastering Your Engineering Data – Are you in control? In the second of this series of articles we consider the relative position of asset intensive industries to their peers and dig into the issues which sometimes presents us as laggards in the field of digital transformation. I’ve used a point and counterpoint below to illustrate the leader and laggard [...]
Mastering your Engineering Data – Opportunities for those that embrace digital transformation pragmatically
Apologies for the long delay in this follow up to the Laggards and Leaders article that I wrote and published a year ago, I got side tracked chasing an opportunity to do pragmatic digital transformation and it’s rather changed my view of things! In my last post, laggards or leaders, I argued we (the industry) are laggards in the [...]