Intergraph Process, Power and Marine, part of Hexagon enterprise engineering software provider focused on cost-effectiveness and how to lengthen the lifecycle of existing assets at its two-day roadshow in Saudi Arabia and UAE as the global petroleum, petrochemical, process, power and marine industries grapple with low oil prices.
The conference featured discussions and shared best practices on how owner operators can improve existing assets, boost efficiency, improve productivity and enhance operational expenditure to improve margins and gain a competitive advantage.
The one-day event series brought together professionals in the global petroleum, petrochemical, process, power and marine industries. The conference provided visitors with an overview of proven technology solutions that can help to mitigate the challenging business environment in the Middle East region.
Keynote presentations from Intergraph PP&M executives highlighting how Intergraph PP&M continues to invest in developing innovative solutions for owner operators globally.
Hands-on product demonstrations and sessions, covering topics such as information management, engineering and design, brownfield engineering and project controls, which were presented by Intergraph, Atheeb Intergraph Saudi Company and EcoSys product experts.
“This conference offered a unique opportunity for our local clients to come together to exchange ideas, best practices and key learning points,” said Rafi Hattar, vice president Middle East and Africa at Intergraph. “We are happy to provide our local user base this opportunity to learn about the latest technology news, and network. The volatile business environment in our region makes it an utmost priority for us to work together to find ways to maximise efficiency while controlling both capital and operational expenditures.”
The Intergraph conference was hosted by Intergraph Process, Power & Marine and Atheeb Intergraph Saudi Company. The companies each have more than 30 years’ experience in providing local expertise and services to support engineering, procurement and construction companies as well as owner operators executing projects and operating facilities globally while delivering enhanced safety, quality, interoperability and productivity. More than two-thirds of the plants built worldwide are designed using Intergraph software, the company said.