Digitalization Is Key to Future-Proofing the Oil & Gas Industry
Senior Consultant of Huawei Global Energy Business Unit, Former Vice President of PetroChina, CNPC
President, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Middle East
Executive Vice President of Global Energy Business Unit, Huawei Enterprise BG
Senior Consultant of Huawei, Former Deputy Chief Engineer of the Exploration and Development Research Institute of Daqing Oilfield Company
Principle Lead, G&G (RCM), CNPC RIPED
Managing Director, Regional Head GCC, G2K
Vice President of Oil & Gas Industry, Global Energy Business Unit, Huawei Enterprise BG
Senior Expert of Huawei Digital Power Technology Middle East
VP of Business Development, Middle East at Rystad Energy
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Chapter 1: Energy Industry Trends Amid Energy and Digital Transformation & Huawei's Technical Support
Energy Transition and Digital Transformation Reshape Oil & Gas
Dive into Digital: Leading Oil & Gas Development
Chapter 2: Global Leadership Best Practices in Digital Transformation
AI Application in Oil & Gas — Challenges and Opportunities
AI in Oil & Gas E&P
Computing Power Increases Reserves and Production
Digital Energy Enables the Low-Carbon Development of Oil & Gas Industry
Chapter 3: Collaboration for Energy Digital Transformation
Team Up With Global Partners to Create New Value
AIoT Platforms Accelerate the Development of Intelligent Oil & Gas Fields
Chapter 4: Release of New Oil & Gas Solution
Launch of Intelligent Oil & Gas Field Safe Production Solution
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