Petrotech 2019

Digital Transformation in the Oil & Gas Sector

Deloitte Touche Tomatsu India LLP is associated as knowledge partner for The PETROTECH series of international oil and gas sector conferences. The event, currently in its 13th year, brings together eminent leaders from across corporate, industry, and public policy. 

Through engaging discussions on relevant topics, the event aims to help explore areas of growth in oil and gas value change including topics around exploration, drilling, production and processing, refining, pipeline transportation, petrochemicals, natural gas, LNG, petroleum trade, economics, legal and human resource development, and marketing.

Pre-event details

  • Date: 8 February 2019
  • Venue: The Lalit, New Delhi
  • Theme: Digital Transformation in the Oil & Gas Sector

Organised by the Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry (FIPI), the conference will be a precursor to Petrotech 2019.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Digitalisation opportunities in Oil & Gas
  • Latest technologies in digital transformation of this sector
  • Application of digital technologies and experiences
  • Sector readiness for digitalisation
  • Opportunities and challenges in the implementation of digital initiatives

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Main event details:

  • Date: 10 – 12 February 2019
  • Venue: India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida
  • Theme of Deloitte’s session on 12 February 2019: Shaping the new energy world through innovation and collaboration

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Deloitte Thoughtware

From bytes to barrels

The digital transformation in upstream oil and gas

Advancement in technologies, the falling cost of digitalization, and the everwidening connectivity of devices provide a real competition-beating opportunity to upstream oil and gas (O&G) companies who play the digital revolution right. The lower-for-longer downturn and moderating operational gains have provided an extra incentive—or turned the opportunity into a need—for companies to save millions from their operating costs and, most importantly, make their $3.4 trillion asset base smarter and more efficient.

2018 oil, gas, and chemicals industry executive survey

A return to opportunity and confidence?

The charts and text included in this survey report reflect the responses of survey participants. For clarity of the findings, we have in some cases combined responses to several questions into one visual representation or textual commentary, and we have also included some references to observed market trends to provide useful context.

The new frontier

Bringing the digital revolution to midstream oil and gas

This paper maps the digital standing of all major segments of midstream, identifies near-term digital leaps that companies can take to meet their objectives.

Turning downstream disruption into competitive advantage

Next-gen oil and gas customers seek a more digital—and enhanced— experience; how should suppliers respond?

For decades, oil and gas companies operating in the downstream segment—selling lubricants, chemicals, and gasoline to distributors, wholesalers, retailers, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), and, ultimately, end customers and consumers—have focused on product and cost. 

Connected barrels

Transforming oil and gas strategies with the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT), which basically integrates sensing, communications, and analytics capabilities, has been simmering for a while.


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