Exertis SCS at the Oil & Gas Supply Chain & Procurement Summit, Houston

Exertis Supply Chain Services was delighted to sponsor the 3rd Annual Oil and Gas Supply Chain & Procurement Summit which took place at Rice University in Houston, Texas from Tuesday 5th to Wednesday, 6th December 2017.

The theme of this year’s conference was “Resetting expectations: The new reality” and topics focused on exploring how oil and gas companies can respond to the new reality of a slower period of recovery in addition to sharing cross-silo best practices strategies for streamlining processes, increasing efficiency and sustainability, and achieving business value. Exertis SCS specialises in helping industrial companies to reduce costs, optimise capital and minimise complexity and is therefore ideally positioned to suppoort companies in this sector.

Dermot Connolly, our Head of Global Business Development took to the stage on Wednesday afternoon to discuss some of the key supply chain challenges facing companies in this sector and outlined how O&G organisations can release cash tied up in materials supply chains. Dermot’s presentation addressed:

  • The implications of crude oil price fluctuations
  • Outsourcing the management of MRO materials for Exploration and Production
  • The problems resulting from the build up aged inventory and having too much cash tied up in the supply chain
  • The supply chain learnings that can be applied from other industries, such as pharmaceuticals

Click here to view and download Dermot’s presentation on Slideshare 


Off-stage, Exertis SCS staff showcased our award winning range of materials supply chain solutions that include Consultancy, Materials Sourcing, Materials Management, Materials Fulfilment and Materials Financing



To learn more about this event or to discover how Exertis SCS can help Oil & Gas companies to optimise supply chain Cost, Capital & Complexity;

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