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October 3, 2019 NII KPU experts took part in the panel session “Digital Transformation of the Oil and Gas Industry: New Opportunities for the Government and Business”, held with the participation of the Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Pavel Sorokin as part of the Russian Energy Week 2019.

Leading Russian oil and gas companies in the fuel and energy sector have begun the active implementation of smart technologies. Already today, their use allows to increase the accuracy of exploration and well drilling, reduce the number of errors in the design and operation of industrial facilities, and to warn in advance about a possible equipment failure. All this already opens up additional opportunities for increasing the competitiveness and efficiency of production and business processes by optimizing assets and reducing the cost of the most expensive components.

“The oil and gas industry is able to become a real locomotive of the IT sector and an anchor customer of digital technologies. The oil and gas sector is 2 trillion rubles. potential investments in digitalization and 300 billion rubles. annual costs for the purchase of personal support and information technology. Russian companies are actively investing in digital solutions to maintain their competitiveness in the global market. Due to technology, it is possible to speed up processes twice, operational efficiency - up to 30%. A digital oil and gas working group has been formed, the purpose of which is to form the core of the transformation of business and technological processes. First of all, it is necessary to evaluate existing practices, shape the image of the future, identify development barriers and priority projects. More than 40 initiatives have already been formulated that will be implemented further. It is business that is the engine of this process, without bureaucratic barriers and with real practical benefits. We see the future, including in industry specifications on the best world practices and the mutual adoption of digital transformation standards. This process is able to maximize the monetization of the resource base while maintaining the advantages for competitiveness in the global market, ”said Pavel Sorokin, Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation.

Industry experts agreed that in order to fully unleash the potential of digital transformation of the oil and gas sector and to obtain a systemic effect from the introduction of digital technologies for the entire industry, consolidation of business and government efforts is necessary.

“We need a consolidated industry view of the primary steps. Changing business processes is a key challenge. A business should be the owner of a technology or product, not just its customer. Then the digital product becomes a real asset. Gazprom Neft is building a digital oil company driven by data and digital counterparts. We are convinced that the successful implementation of digital transformation requires the development of supporting elements, internal centers of digital competencies, as well as the development of a unified corporate import-leading digital platform, ”said Andrey Belevtsev, Director of Digital Transformation, Gazprom Neft PJSC.

The experts paid much attention to the need to develop technologies in the oil and gas industry based on domestic technologies - unmanned aerial vehicles, artificial intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning, augmented reality and others.

“The speed and cost of digital projects is important. We need to strive for localization: Russian scientists and IT specialists can create the necessary software. It is necessary to work with universities, to set tasks for them, to create working groups. In order to introduce technologies faster, a diversified approach - the creation of microservices, is suitable, ”said Vitaly Gataullin, Deputy General Director for Digital Development of Tatneft PJSC.