Middle East News 247
In The News

Emerson to Showcase Innovative and Sustainable Technologies

CAIRO (February 10, 2023) — Global software and engineering leader Emerson will be exhibiting at the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS 2023), which is being held February 13-15 at the Egypt International Exhibition Center in Cairo.

At the event, held under the patronage of His Excellency Abdel Fattah El Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Emerson will showcase advanced technologies for process automation, digital transformation, and asset optimization aimed at accelerating energy efficiency, lowering carbon emissions, and promoting operational excellence across the energy sector.

“We are pleased to be at EGYPS 2023 exhibiting our advanced solutions and automation technologies that drive growth in the energy sector,” said Vidya Ramnath, president of Emerson’s Middle East & Africa business. “As part of global initiatives to transition to a more efficient and greener future, and in line with Emerson’s net-zero targets, we are continuously developing our portfolio to help customers ensure sustainable operations.”

At the Emerson booth, visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about automation technologies through live demonstrations and visioning sessions.

The Egypt Petroleum Show is one of the most influential events in the oil and gas industry. It gathers professionals from across the region to discuss and collaborate and devise effective strategies and solutions that would steer the energy sector towards a more sustainable future.

Emerson experts will also participate in panel discussions and presentations covering a range of topics including change management, cultural diversity, operational excellence and asset integrity.

Emerson’s exhibit at EGYPS can be found at booth #L2L40.

# # #

Additional resources:

Related posts

The Global South Impact Community highlights the role of catalytic finance in re-building an inclusive global economy at the T20 Summit, Indonesia

Editor - CL

Philippine elections: Will Tiktok help pick the next president?

Editor - CL

As temperature climbs, Abu Dhabi Police warn of dangers of leaving hand sanitisers, gloves in cars

Editor - CL