ASCI Networking Breakfast Series | Inventory sharing across Australian Oil & Gas - WA (0.5 CPD pt)

7:30am Wednesday, 19 June 2019
9:30am Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Networking Events
Michael Page
Level 6, Westralia Plaza, 167, Saint Georges Terrace, ``
Perth WA , Western Australia 6000
Australia

Ever imagined sharing inventory across your industry? It's already happening in Western Australia, where the increase of major oil & gas operators over the past 10 years and their significant levels of stock were strong catalysts for the move to share inventory between multiple operators. Could this happen to your industry? Our keynote presenter this month shares how the problem was addressed and demonstrates the final solution and benefits such as de-risking operations and reducing inventory levels.

Richard Beck is a Chartered Electrical Engineer with significant Engineering Information Management Experience. He has held several key roles including:

  • 10 years in the mining industry; responsible engineer on gold, coal and platinum mines
  • 12 years with a major engineering, procurement and construction contractor in the UK, GM of Engineering and Computer Aided Engineering 10 years in the resource sector software industry
  • Growing a start-up digital enterprise business within a major EPC
  • A founding Director of DIGATEX (Digital Asset Experts) which uses a combination of domain knowledge and Artificial Intelligence techniques applied to large complex assets such as process, power, marine, rail, mining and large construction projects, enabling customers to maximise the value of their asset data to improve their productivity, safety and reliability.

Richard holds bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Electrical Engineering and an MBA; he is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering Technology in London.

This event is proudly support by ASCI Corporate Member Michael Page.

 

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Free for ASCI Members

$25 for Non-members