Abu Dhabi: Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Interior, recently visited the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), where he was welcomed by senior ADNOC executives, including Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology (MoIAT), Managing Director, and Group CEO of ADNOC.
During the visit, Deputy Prime Minister inspected ADNOC’s Panorama Digital Command Center, which plays a crucial role in maintaining efficiency, performance, and value by utilizing AI applications, big data, and other latest advanced technology. The Panorama center has helped ADNOC to generate business worth billions since its opening in 2017.
His Highness was given a briefing on the X100 Acceleration Programme, which is the new stage of the qualitative leap that ADNOC is implementing to get ready for the future. Sheikh Saif bin Zayed also paid a visit to ADNOC’s Operations and Control Room, and Crisis Management Center, where he observed their contributions to improving readiness and preparedness in line with the latest advanced technical systems used by ADNOC.
Deputy Prime Minister praised ADNOC for its key role as the main driver of economic growth and diversification in the UAE, as well as its significant contribution to strengthening UAE leadership in the regional and global energy industry, under the directives of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE.
His Highness also thanked the people who work at ADNOC for their hard work and important role in helping the company reach its goals and strategy and become a world leader in the energy sector.
Panorama Digital Command Center
Located at ADNOC HQ, Panorama Digital Center contributes to the immediate collection of information and data from various ADNOC Group enterprises, employing smart analytical models, AI, and big data to provide recommendations that guide fast operational choices. Panorama can show 250,000 real-time data points from all operational sites to make sure that data from onshore and offshore operations match up perfectly.
The Panorama Digital Command Center is the only platform of its kind in the global oil and gas sector, providing a special feature of complementarity, speed, and simple access to ADNOC’s operations data. It is also capable of calculating the final value of all operation plans for a time period ranging from one day to more than 30 days.
The Panorama Digital Command Center is one of ADNOC’s many efforts for digital transformation, with the goal of implementing the latest advanced technology across all of its diverse fields and operation phases in the oil and gas sector. Other digital projects include the Thamama Subsurface Collaboration Center, which employs intelligent analysis, AI platforms, rock shape, and pattern recognition technologies, predictive maintenance technologies, and blockchain hydrocarbon computation to support operations in subsurface oil reserves.