ExxonMobil Egypt Organizes Sustainable Energy Solutions, Digital Transformation Conference

ExxonMobil Egypt Organizes Sustainable Energy Solutions, Digital Transformation Conference

ExxonMobil Egypt, in cooperation with the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources (MoPMR), the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), and the owners and operators of gas stations bearing the “Mobil” brand, has hosted a conference on digital transformation in the petroleum sector and the efforts made towards implementing sustainable energy solutions.

The conference activities focused on discussing advanced technological systems and strategies that pave the way for more efficient and sustainable energy industries in Egypt.

The conference was held in the presence of a number of prominent figures, including Mahmoud Nagy, Undersecretary of MoPMR for Transport and Marketing of Petroleum Products; Ayman Abdel Badie, EGPC’s Vice Chairman for Transport and Distribution; and Mona Gamal, CEO Deputy Assistant for Transportation & Distributions at EGPC. The conference was further attended by Sherif Serag El Dine, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of ExxonMobil Egypt; Ramy Shafik, Egypt Fuels Supply and JV Manager; Youssef Hafez, ExxonMobil Egypt Public and Government Affairs Manager and board member.

Moreover, the conference was attended by a number of leading figures in the Ministry and the Authority, company representatives, and major customers.

The conference discussed digital transformation in the oil and gas sector and the electronic financing system for distributing petroleum products, in addition to reviewing the truck tracking system and its benefits in terms of operational efficiency and security.

An explanation of the automatic measurement system for tanks was provided, emphasizing its role in maintaining investment security and enhancing the accuracy of operations. After that, interactive sessions were held for inquiries, where an open session was allocated for customers to answer their inquiries and discuss their comments.

While another session was dedicated to the new generation of company employees, with the aim of enhancing dialogue about the future of the sector.

Nagy highlighted the vision of Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, to develop and reform various sectors in the Ministry through the modernization strategy that began in 2016.

Work was done on several axes, the most important of which are attracting foreign investments in the field of research and exploration, improving the performance of refining activities, and the strategy of transforming Egypt into a regional center for oil and gas trading and digital transformation.

For his part, Abdel Badie shed light on the activities of the petroleum sector in digital transformation and improving energy efficiency. He pointed to the efforts being made to activate river transport activities for petroleum products in line with the state’s efforts to develop various sectors and search for non-traditional solutions to improve the efficiency of the petroleum products transportation and distribution system.

Meanwhile, Serag El Dine commented on the crucial role of digital transformation being undertaken by the Ministry in managing fuel marketing operations, saying: “The implementation of truck tracking systems and automated tank gauging is essential to protect the investments of fuel marketing companies and ensure the highest levels of operational efficiency. The technologies adopted by the petroleum sector are part of our broader strategy to maintain excellence and drive innovation in the sector. The company has a long history in Egypt, spanning over 120 years, during which it has expanded its presence significantly. Over the past five years alone, more than 30 Mobil stations have been opened in Greater Cairo, Alexandria, the Delta, Upper Egypt, and new cities. The expansion plan continues with 18 new stations currently under construction. The company offers high-quality products such as Mobil Super Plus 95, which is available at 200 stations across Egypt, and was the first to launch the loyalty program known as Mobilawy. This integration of technology and digitization in ExxonMobil Egypt’s operations is in line with the government’s great efforts to develop the sector.”

ExxonMobil Egypt reaffirms its commitment to supporting digital transformation and sustainable energy initiatives in the petroleum sector. Serag El Dine also stressed, through the conference events, the importance of promoting collaborative efforts with the Ministry of Petroleum and the General Petroleum Corporation to integrate advanced technologies and digitization, in line with the government’s efforts to develop the sector.

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Sarah has been writing in the oil and gas field for 8 years. She has a Bachelor Degree in English Literature. She has three years of experience in the banking sector.

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