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THREE REASONS TO ATTEND:

  • Understand the role of cloud computing in the oil and gas industry
  • Learn about the latest cloud-computing developments
  • Learn how Amazon innovates and creates a culture of innovation

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Business leaders
  • IT leaders
  • Teams driving innovation


Abstract

The oil and gas eco system is experiencing a transition. Market volatility, increased competitiveness, and a drive for increasing efficiencies have led to alternative ways for business to remain competitive and innovative. Cloud-enabled technologies comprise one of the strategies being deployed and these technologies have become the new normal for the industry – driving meaningful business outcomes. To deliver on the opportunities in the oil and gas industry, Amazon is using its Amazonian principles to assist customers in delivering innovation and meaningful business outcomes. Leveraging the breadth and depth of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, the entire value chain for upstream, midstream, and downstream is experiencing the transformation.

This webinar will show examples of how companies are leveraging the platform to drive successful digital transformations in their businesses, along with the paradigm shifts accompanying this. The presentation will conclude with insights on how to deliver successful transformations and the available tools to kickstart digital innovation opportunities.

In collaboration with

AWS

Speaker | Arno van den Haak, Head of Worldwide Business Development – Oil and Gas, Amazon Web Services

Arno van den Haak is the Head of Worldwide Business Development – Oil and Gas, Amazon Web Services. He has over 25 years of oil and gas experience, and his responsibilities have spanned technical, business, and managerial roles covering the upstream value chain – including mergers and acquisitions, exploration, field development, research and development, wells, major projects, and asset/production operations. He has more than 15 professional publications to his name and holds five patents. He began his career with Royal Dutch Shell in the Netherlands, after graduating from Eindhoven University of Technology with a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering.

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