Francesco Verre

Francesco Verre

Partner McKinsey & Company

Francesco is a Senior Vice President in McKinsey’s London Office. He is part of the McKinsey’s Petroleum Asset eXcellence Unit (PAX) within the Oil and Gas practice focused in enhancing performance and efficiency in oil and gas assets. Prior to joining McKinsey, Francesco worked as Asset Director for Petrofac Integrated Energy Services (the E&P division of Petrofac). Before that Francesco worked as Operations Director in Egypt for ENI. Francesco holds an MBA from IE business school and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London
 

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Thursday 07/11/2019

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/07/2019 10:30 11/07/2019 11:00 Big Data & the Importance of Analytics From seismic to drilling to contract data, operators have vast volumes of data recorded, but are utilising less than 1% of it. This session will explore the 5 V’s of analytics and how operators can bridge the performance gap and capitalise on big data:
 
  • Volume: the challenges around the amount of data received
  • Velocity: how the fast processing of well data can identify issues in real time
  • Variety: structured vs. unstructured data
  • Veracity: how clean data can fast-track decision making and innovation
  • Value: using the data to identify future trends to give operators a competitive edge in the market
Future Technology & Innovation Forum

Future Technology & Innovation Forum

"Big Data & the Importance of Analytics"

Francesco Verre

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/05/2019 09:40 11/05/2019 10:30 Global Supply & Demand Debate Wood Mackenzie forecasts world liquids demand will rise 10 million b/d between now and 2035. Our panel examines the factors behind the continued growth in oil demand leading to 2035 despite the increasing sale of electric vehicles and the push for greater fuel efficiency. Key sources of oil demand growth include passenger vehicles, aviation and commercial trucking. The impact of strong growth in petrochemicals on liquids demand will also be discussed by our panellists. Finally, will China’s role as the largest contributor to future oil demand growth be sustained? Main Stage

Main Stage

"Global Supply & Demand Debate"

Francesco Verre James Josling Kevin Dadzie Qian Xingkun
Time and date

Thursday 07/11/2019

From 10:30 To 11:00

11/07/2019 10:30 11/07/2019 11:00 Big Data & the Importance of Analytics From seismic to drilling to contract data, operators have vast volumes of data recorded, but are utilising less than 1% of it. This session will explore the 5 V’s of analytics and how operators can bridge the performance gap and capitalise on big data:
 
  • Volume: the challenges around the amount of data received
  • Velocity: how the fast processing of well data can identify issues in real time
  • Variety: structured vs. unstructured data
  • Veracity: how clean data can fast-track decision making and innovation
  • Value: using the data to identify future trends to give operators a competitive edge in the market
Future Technology & Innovation Forum
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Future Technology & Innovation Forum

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Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/05/2019 09:40 11/05/2019 10:30 Global Supply & Demand Debate Wood Mackenzie forecasts world liquids demand will rise 10 million b/d between now and 2035. Our panel examines the factors behind the continued growth in oil demand leading to 2035 despite the increasing sale of electric vehicles and the push for greater fuel efficiency. Key sources of oil demand growth include passenger vehicles, aviation and commercial trucking. The impact of strong growth in petrochemicals on liquids demand will also be discussed by our panellists. Finally, will China’s role as the largest contributor to future oil demand growth be sustained? Main Stage
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Main Stage

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