Global technology leader showcased innovative technologies at the world’s largest oil and gas conference
With oil and gas organizations in the Middle East focussed on optimising asset performance and increasing profitability, global technology leader Honeywell will highlight its ‘Connected Plant, Connected Worker’ offering at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference from 7-10 November 2016.
In line with the company’s objective to drive operational excellence in regional industries, Honeywell’s ‘Connected’ solutions introduce new possibilities for safety, productivity, organizational responsiveness and profitability, by delivering meaningful information where and when it is needed. This is achieved through intelligent technology and by leveraging the power of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to connect the entire plant operation, from workers to infrastructure, enabling it to perform more intelligently and eliminating unnecessary cost, downtime and complexity.
“For more than 60 years, Honeywell has been playing an integral role in driving operational excellence in local industries by providing high-technology products and services which advance the region’s infrastructure,” said Norm Gilsdorf, president of Honeywell’s high growth regions for Russia, Central Asia, and the Middle East before the opening ADIPEC 2016.
“As the largest industry event in the world, ADIPEC is an important platform to showcase our leading-edge ‘Connected’ offering and demonstrate how this allows companies to operate at optimum capacity at the lowest possible risk. As the oil and gas industry is searching for ways to improve productivity and boost profitability during the current era of low crude prices, getting the most value out of existing assets is imperative. Honeywell’s diverse suite of products and solutions address this consideration, in line with ADIPEC’s theme this year of ‘Strategies for the New Energy Landscape’.”
Honeywell were also a key participant at the VIP panel discussions held on the side-lines of the international event. Norm Gilsdorf discussed the ‘Connected Plant, Connected Worker’ offering in a session entitled ‘The quest for operational excellence: improving commerciality and profitability’ at 9.45am on 8 November. Vicky Athanasiou, Global Product Manager for Process Design, Honeywell Process Solutions, will speak at the ADIPEC Women in Energy conference at 14.45pm on 9 November.