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December 5-6, 2017
Houston, TX


December 5-6, 2017
Houston, TX


December 5-6, 2017
Houston, TX









Featured Speakers Include:

Roland Tink

Roland Tink

General Manager - Contracts and Procurement, Shell
William Knittle

William Knittle

Director of Supply Chain Management, Cheniere Energy
Magnus Ohlsson

Magnus Ohlsson

Vice President, Land & Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Products
Edward Koval

Edward Koval

Chief Procurement Officer and Vice President of Supply Chain Management, Spectra Energy
Tracie Sloan

Tracie Sloan

Director Global Supply Chain, Marathon Oil Company
Ivan Rodriguez Zerrate

Ivan Rodriguez Zerrate

Vice President Global Operations Organization, Procurement & Supply Chain, BP
Bobby Davis

Bobby Davis

CP Manager Performance & Innovation, Shell Upstream Deepwater
German Torres

German Torres

Global Director Categories - Indirect Materials and Services, Sourcing and Procurement, TechnipFMC

2017 Attendees Include

Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit

December 5-6, 2017 – Houston, TX

Resetting expectations: The new reality

The 3rd annual Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit will explore how companies can respond to the new reality of a slower period of recovery in addition to sharing cross-silo best practices strategies for streamlining processes, increasing efficiency and sustainability, and achieving business value.
Oil and gas supply chain and procurement specialists will present in-depth case studies on how to:

  • Manage the transition from a focus on cost to a value based approach
  • Maintain and plan sustainable cost structures in a rising commodity and services market
  • Consolidate resources and create synergies with internal and external partners
  • Utilise the Internet of Things (IoT)  to help optimise and streamline supply chain and procurement processes
  • Reshape the workforce skill-sets and retention strategies to meet current and future business objectives

And more!

While commodity prices have slightly recovered, cost and competition pressures are still strong. And the 3rd Annual Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit is a forum that will enable you to find new and innovative transferable ideas that help your supply chain thrive.

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Who should attend

Upstream E&P operators, midstream companies, petrochemical, lubricant, refinery and processing plants in addition to EPC and Oilfield Service Companies with the following job titles :

VPs, Directors, Heads, Major Project, Managers, Leads of:

  • Supply Chain
  • Procurement
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Category
  • Materials
  • Logistics/Transportation
  • Purchasing
  • Buyer
  • IT

In addition to:

  • Consultancy and Training Firms
  • Drilling Companies
  • IT software
  • Freight, Transportation and Logistics Providers
  • eBusiness Partners

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What is the value of attending the Oil and Gas Supply Chain and Procurement Summit?

“Networking with peers in an asset-intensive industry and knowledge sharing.” – Tanmoy Kumar, Senior Director – Supply Chain Services, Calpine

“Networking with other supply chain professionals and learning about best practices.” – Gene Till, Global Category Manager, ConocoPhillips

“The summit is a great opportunity to come together with colleagues across our industry who are faced with similar challenges.” – Dave Hutchison, Global Strategic Sourcing Manager, Repsol

“Networking with Port users in logistics/supply chain in the oil and gas industry is an important opportunity. Also, learning and sharing best practices to bring back to our shop to further improve our process is very useful.” – John Moseley, Senior Director, Trade Development, Port of Houston Authority

“Gathering innovative ideas on how procurement can help the business survive in a “lower for longer” world and position itself to thrive coming out of the currently challenging environment.” – Ted McDermott, Senior Manager, Supply Chain & Procurement, BP


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