Alongside COP27 and the success of Decarbonization Day led by Tarek El Molla, Egypt’s Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources on 11 November 2022, with keynote addresses of John Kerry, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, and Gerd Muller, UNIDO Director General, the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources highlighted its intent to work on enhancing the sustainability of the sector’s business processes within the Ministry’s decarbonization strategy.
For an organization to make a positive change in any sustainability area, be it to reduce emissions or even to change the way they design and sell their products along circular economy models, an organization needs to transform its business processes to turn ambitions into real actions and to transform from the current as-is to the desired to-be. SAP Signavio Process Transformation Suite offers an end-to-end solution to manage this transformation in all its dimensions to enable organizations to transform into more sustainable organizations.
In line with El Molla’s vision for digital transformation since the inception of Egypt’s energy (oil and gas) Modernization project back in 2016, the Ministry’s executive body EGPC has been engaged in a massive, one-of-a-kind, digital transformation journey with SAP to transform its business, including owned refineries, distribution, and upstream companies. This ambitious project aims to digitally transform the energy value chain to capture and govern the whole Well-to-Wheel.
SAP is well aware of the importance of helping the world run better and improving people’s lives. SAP has set ambitious targets for itself when it comes to climate change and is committed to supporting governments to enable a low carbon future. Through SAP technologies, customers can combine business data with environmental factors and hence, enable the calculation of processes’ footprints periodically and at scale.
With SAP Signavio, Egypt’s Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources and its affiliated entities can explore the potential to analyze and study leaner and optimized processes following global best practices, which could in turn support in contributing towards the Ministry’s strategy for decarbonization.