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TOGC 2024 embraced key challenges in pipeline industry

, February 26, 2024

The 4th edition of Transportation Oil & Gas Congress (TOGC) 2024, an annual event focusing on the pipeline industry, brought together C-level executives and technical specialists to discuss challenges and opportunities in next-gen H2 infrastructure and digital transformation. 
 
Over the course of three days in Milan, Italy, from February 19-21, the event aimed to accelerate the advancement of sustainable solutions, paving the way for a secure and environmentally responsible energy future.
 
TOGC provided valuable networking opportunities for forging new connections and exploring potential collaborations. Oil and gas pipeline leaders SICIM and Bonatti cooperated with the Congress as regional partners.
 
Moreover, among attendees were representatives from Bonatti, SICIM, Eni, ICGB, Exolum, OGE, DESFA, Saipem, Techint Engineering & Construction, Wood, Moldovagaz, and others.
 
The first day of TOGC started with an opening panel featuring C-level executives from leading oil and gas industry companies.
 
Angelina Nizamova, the Project Director of TOGC gave the welcoming speech: “More than 250 delegates have gathered today to exchange the latest innovations and discuss the current challenges of the midstream industry, which help create new business connections for future corporations and sustainable development of the industry”.
 
During the panel, experts demonstrated projects to explore the role of pipelines in shaping a sustainable energy future.
 
Peter Markussen, CEO of Associated Activities from Energinet, made a presentation on how infrastructure must transform by 2050 for green energy, showcasing local, national and regional examples, and proposing solutions for managing planning complexities.
 
Representatives from Petro IT, ICGB, Pietro Fiorentini, and Consolidated Contractors Company also presented their strategies for determining the role of pipelines in energy transition.
 
The business program consisted of leaders' talks, roundtables, and debates to address industry issues.
 
With the support of Emerson, a leading technology and software company, the first roundtable was held. Such a format of sessions included a limited number of participants and provided closed-door discussion dedicated to the importance of digital twins for achieving operational excellence in the midstream sector.
 
On the second day of the TOGC, the CO2 Debate format debuted, where three delegates presented diverse perspectives on the following topics: infrastructure, transportation, circular economies, and financial challenges of CCS facilities.
 
Finally, on the third day, co-sponsored by Enivibes and SLB, TOGC attendees visited Eni headquarters in San Donato Milanese to observe live demonstration of the e-vpms Leak and Third-Party Interference (TPI) detectors. --OGN/TradeArabia News Service



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