Unlocking the Strategic Value of Cloud in Energy

March 7, 2024
Explore the transformative power of cloud migration in the energy sector with industry leaders from Quorum Software and Amazon Web Services, delving into key trends, cost-saving opportunities, and strategic advantages across the global energy value chain, from LNG terminal onboarding to supporting energy transition objectives.

March 7, 2024

9:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM CT / 6:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM GMT

Duration: 1 hour

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Summary 

Worldwide, energy operators are faced with a number of challenges brought on by geopolitical and macroeconomic factors. Only by embracing digital transformation and namely, cloud adoption, will they remain competitive while navigating economic uncertainty. Emerging use cases throughout the industry make it clear that cloud migration can often be the key to becoming more innovative, agile, and successful.

In this webinar, industry leaders from Quorum Software and Amazon Web Services (AWS) discuss key trends of cloud migration and look beyond the cost-saving opportunities to other advantages across the energy value chain from onboarding a new LNG terminal, to safeguarding mission-critical production data, and supporting energy transition objectives.

This webinar will cover:

  • Technology trends in the energy industry
  • Cloud strategies across the global energy value chain
  • Strategic value of digital transformation for business performance 

Speakers

Rahul Grover
Principal – Technology Business Manager for Energy
AWS 

Rahul is currently the technology business development executive for AWS with 19+ years’ experience in the energy industry. This role involves innovating customer-centric technological solutions for energy-industry challenges, building on deep domain knowledge, leveraging integrated technologies, and developing digitally enabled actionable insights. Prior to that, he was leading a team of senior staff to define the strategy, create the future technologies roadmap, align research and engineering efforts, and control commercial introductions of technologies that address the future needs of the industry.

He has authored 15 technology publications and received 22 recognitions for technology development within the energy industry.

Alexandra Gajewski
SVP International Segment
Quorum Software

Alexandra Gajewski is an experienced Leader with a proven history of creating, delivering, supporting, and managing energy software. During her two-decade-long career at Quorum, she’s led large software implementations, customer support and product management teams, and drove the growth of many Quorum flagship products.

As SVP of Quorum’s Global Software Portfolio, her team is responsible for driving the strategic direction of the products that support Corporate and Asset Planning, Hydrocarbon Production Management & Accounting, LNG Import and Export Operations, and Integrated Logistics. Prior to this role, she led Quorum’s Energy Transition Portfolio.

Girish Mandhania
Director Professional Services
Quorum Software
 

Girish Mandhania is a Director at Quorum Software and leads the Services team for Quorum’s Energy Components product in US and Canada region. With nearly 15 years of dedicated experience in the dynamic realm of the Energy industry, Girish has emerged as a seasoned professional with a specialized focus on hydrocarbon accounting and management. His expertise spans across the Upstream and Midstream sectors, where he has consistently demonstrated a profound understanding of industry intricacies.

Girish has been at the forefront of delivering cutting-edge solutions, leveraging his proficiency in Quorum's Energy Components. His strategic approach extends to implementing and optimizing hydrocarbon accounting systems, ensuring seamless operations and compliance within the energy landscape.

Whether orchestrating solutions on customer premises or harnessing the power of the cloud, Girish remains committed to driving efficiency and innovation in hydrocarbon accounting practices.

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