TOGC 2023

Pipelines in a Sustainable Future and Other Highlights of TOGC 2023

Transportation Oil and Gas Congress (TOGC) is held on February, 20-21, 2023, Istanbul, Türkiye. During 2 days of intensive networking, participants get direct access to the whole pipeline chain. Among the highlights of the program are Panels, show type sessions based on discussion between panelists. They discuss the role of pipelines in a sustainable future, digital transformation and optimization of the pipeline industry, pipeline economics and pipeline integrity, H2 in Gas Grid.

In frames of Panels regarding H2 delegates are going to talk about green and blue H2, finding equipment and solutions for H2 transformation, supply-demand, market readiness for H2 and many others. Hydrogen is becoming a must have for most companies in the industry, so panels are going to be heated.

Digital transformation and optimization of the pipeline industry is also among the topics that are raised during TOGC 2023 as more and more companies use AR, VR and simulation technologies and smart management systems.

This year TOGC Congress includes the following topics in the agenda:

  • H2 in Gas Grid: first results
  • Digital transformation and optimization of the pipeline industry
  • Recent pipeline projects: construction and commissioning challenges
  • Pipeline Economics: reaching cost efficiency
  • Pipeline security: old and new risks
  • Moving to sustainable future: the role of pipelines

The Congress aims at B2B meetings, discussions of the current state of the market and sharing the ideas on the future development. TOGC 2023  gathers leading pipeline operators, national oil and gas companies, EPC contractors, solutions and service providers. Shell Energy Turkey, Equinor, Linde Group, TotalEnergies, Wood, and other big players have already registered as the Congress delegates.

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