MENA oil & gas technology summit: Mapping historical data to mitigate future risk

On Demand Webinar

The ongoing global pandemic has exacerbated the challenges faced by oil and gas companies. More so than ever before technology is taking centre stage in the transformation of organisational capabilities.

The Future Oil and Gas Technology Summit, which took place virtually between 24-25 March 2021, brought together the regional stakeholders in this essential industry to explore the ways in which technology will impact the immediate and long term future. 

The Summit covered a range of topics from digitalisation, automation, cybersecurity and asset integrity.

HKA Director, Julian Haslam-Jones, discussed how historical data mapping helps parties mitigate future risk on projects.

Video compliments of MEED.


Julian Haslam-Jones
Director, HKA

Julian Haslam-Jones is a Director with HKA, based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He has 19 years’ experience in claims management, contract risk assessment, commercial management, cost management, procurement, negotiation/amicable settlement, mediation, arbitration, prolongation and delay costs, escalation, project management, project controls, project monitoring and program management. Julian has an LLM in Construction Law and Arbitration, an LLB (Hons) in Law and is a Fellow of the Chartered institute of Arbitrators. 

He has held commercial and contract positions with operators, contractors and consultants in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Italy, Iraq, Qatar, India, Algeria, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and United Arab Emirates where he has been a resident for over six years. This experience has enabled Julian to become a specialist in contractual claims for time and cost, dispute resolution, and the successful conclusion of large value and/or complicated accounts on a wide variety of projects, employing various forms of contracts. 

His experience portfolio includes many major EPC oil and gas projects in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. Other project experience includes UK Ministry of Defence Projects, schools, offices, airports, independent water and power plants.     

Event Details
Date & Time
24 March 2021
Event Details
Date & Time
24 March 2021

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