Microsoft showcases sustainable tech innovations at ADIPEC 2021

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Microsoft recently showcased a range of innovative technological advances that can be leveraged for delivering better sustainable solution and accomplishment of net-zero goals at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2021.

Delegates could view out Microsoft’s range of technological advances in energy consumption at the event, with a view for sanctioning the local sector to pursue a net-zero future.

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, the four-day event is held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Designed for bringing both industry stakeholders, specialists globally for exchanging views on curbing out the current challenges and implementing best practices.

As per Microsoft announcement, the event ADIPEC was initially commenced in 1984, and since then is broadly viewed as one of the core fixtures on the native energy sector’s calendar. Event is often utilized for raising up future-critical issues and current solutions that will shape progress.

As per the firm’s announcement, at ADIPEC, Microsoft concentrated on showcasing technologies that can be leveraged to deliver sustainable solutions and achieve net-zero goals. The company recently announced bold global carbon-emissions goals of its own, where it will be carbon-negative by 2030 and remove historic emissions by 2050.

At ADIPEC it reaffirmed its regional commitment to enhance energy conservation and efficiency while continuing to empower organizations and individuals to innovate and drive economic growth. The company’s solutions rely on the power of data and AI to fulfil demand through renewable energy sources and other intelligent consumption approaches.

The Microsoft booth in the Digitalization Zone provided visitors with insights from industry experts, who took a deep dive into the latest energy solutions.

Sharing global and regional customer cases, success stories, and transformative industry initiatives, Microsoft’s aim is to enhance the entire value chain. The company also highlighted the importance of talent acquisition and retention, as well as reskilling and upskilling the workforce, to drive digital transformation and sustainable energy strategies.

Statement from Naim Yazbeck, Regional Director, Enterprise, and Partner Group (EPG), Microsoft UAE

Naim Yazbeck, Regional Director, Enterprise, and Partner Group (EPG), Microsoft UAE, stated “The need to rapidly digitise is felt acutely across all industries today. In the oil and gas sector, the use of the latest technologies, some of which are conceptualised in Microsoft’s Energy Core, will enable the industry to optimise efficiencies and reduce carbon emissions.”

He further added that “ADIPEC is a vital forum for the airing of these important issues, and we look forward to continued dialogue with our customers on their implications and solutions. Microsoft is committed to empowering the industry to face the future with confidence and achieve more, and we trust that the technologies we demonstrate at ADIPEC 2021 will focus the strategies of decision makers and lead to the net-zero future that we all visualise.”

Microsoft recently showcased a range of innovative technological advances that can be leveraged for delivering better sustainable solution and accomplishment of net-zero goals at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2021.

Delegates could view out Microsoft’s range of technological advances in energy consumption at the event, with a view for sanctioning the local sector to pursue a net-zero future.

Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, the four-day event is held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. Designed for bringing both industry stakeholders, specialists globally for exchanging views on curbing out the current challenges and implementing best practices.

As per Microsoft announcement, the event ADIPEC was initially commenced in 1984, and since then is broadly viewed as one of the core fixtures on the native energy sector’s calendar. Event is often utilized for raising up future-critical issues and current solutions that will shape progress.

As per the firm’s announcement, at ADIPEC, Microsoft concentrated on showcasing technologies that can be leveraged to deliver sustainable solutions and achieve net-zero goals. The company recently announced bold global carbon-emissions goals of its own, where it will be carbon-negative by 2030 and remove historic emissions by 2050.

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