Safeguard your future against disruption #PlattsDCX

- Are you investing in the right technology for your commodity business today?
- Is your organization in sync to adopt digitization successfully?
- How will you ensure safety and security when adopting new technologies like AI, IoT and Blockchain?
- What will be your Return on Innovation?
- What role will you play in a revolutionized commodity business of the future?
 

Embracing change

Every minute, every day & every year, we witness change in the commodities sector. In order to survive and grow, evolution and adaptability is vital to you and your business. This year the Digital Commodities Summit has evolved into the Digital Commodities Exchange, where we will provide a different perspective on strategic necessities and implementation methodology for technology advancements in the commodities sector.
 

Assessing Innovation

Our Digital Commodities Exchange will explore and the decipher the impact of optimizing historical data, integrating data from multiple sources, breaking down silos between business units and functions, setting data-governance standards, and deciding where the most important opportunities may lie. The underlining question we will be asking is how realistic are these requirements to pave the foundation for AI, Big Data, IoT and Blockchain?
 
Our unique format will feature a world class plenary, pioneering industry case-studies and deep-dive learning streams across the various technologies by renowned industry leaders and tech specialists - giving you the competitive edge within the commodities sector.
 
     
    Collocated with:

    Essential Commodities Exchange (ECX)

    The commodities market is going through a period of unprecedented disruption and change. Economic volatility, geopolitical risk, regulation and emerging digital technologies have all created uncertainty and opportunities reshaping commodities markets today.
     

The Breakdown

  • Digitalization of Commodities Today and Tomorrow – the impact of digitization technologies affecting the commodities market in 2020 and understanding the strategy required to adopt a working model
    Understanding the strategy behind the technology – what are the key strategical necessities to adopt a digital innovation?
    Red flags: The true cost of cyber threats– What are the key considerations in balancing safety and security when adopting new technology?
    Deciphering the value creation: Return on Innovation - what should be taken into account when assessing the potential value of investment in new digitalization solutions and technologies?
    Embracing innovation across the organization – why does digitization require a change in the individual behaviour of employees, culture change, and a new leadership mindset?
    Collaborate or compete – Is it possible for a legacy commodity business to do what the tech giants have done?
    Industry leadership spotlight – examples of innovation partnerships within the commodity industry
    Learning Streams – Afternoon learning sessions facilitated by market experts and designed to take a deeper dive into key topics impacting the sector today and tomorrow

The Audience

  • We regularly attract CIOs, CTOs, COOs & CDOs from the world’s leading:
    • Energy companies
    • Agriculture producers
    • Oil & Gas producers
    • Metal Miners
    • Traders
    • Technology providers
    • Financial services
    • Consultancies
  • Networking features:
    • Startup Showcase – witness exciting new startups within the commodity sector
    • Dedicated learning streams
    • Online polling
    • Live industry case studies

Agenda

View the preliminary agenda for S&P Global Platts Digital Commodities Exchange:

1 DAY – Wednesday, December 4, 2019
  • 8 amRegistration and networking breakfast – available to sponsor
  • 8:55 amChair’s welcoming remarks

Digitalization of Commodities Today and Tomorrow

  • 9 amKEYNOTE ADDRESS AI: Assessing Innovation
    Maryam Ayati, Head of Origination & Investments, Shell

Understanding the strategy behind the technology

  • 9:30 amPANEL SESSION Defining success strategies for integrating technology in the commodities market
    Qaiser Hassan, System Analyst, Data Scientist Chair, Saudi Aramco
    Dr Angie Ma, COO, Faculty
    Sunilkumar Ramakrishnan, AI & Blockchain Leader: Chemicals, Petroleum & Industrial Products, IBM
    Noordin Taj, IT Strategy & Architecture, Digital Transformation, BP
    Moderated by:
    Tina Morris, COO, S&P Global Ratings

Red flags: The true cost of cyber threats

  • 10 amPANEL SESSION Understanding the risk and challenges of adopting technology
    Peter Leoni,Head of Quantitative Trading, EDF Trading
    John Salmon, Technology Partner, Hogan Lovells
    Antti Belt, Managing Director and Partner, BCG
    Michael Aminzade, Managing Director, Cyber, 6point6
  • 10:30 amNetworking Break

Deciphering the value creation of digitization

  • 11 amROI - Return on Innovation
    Rutger Kalkman, Head of Innovation Trade & Commodity Finance, AMRO Bank

Embracing innovation across the organization

  • 11:30 amDigital Leadership
    Charles Towers-Clark, Group CEO, Pod Group
  • 12 amNetworking Lunch

Collaborate or Compete: Tech companies and the commodity sector

  • 1:30 pmDigital Collaboration
    Noordin Taj, IT Strategy & Architecture, Digital Transformation, BP

Industry leadership spotlight

  • 2 pmFocused group sessions to guide you on a journey of successful strategy, implementation and management in your space. Real world examples of stellar projects various stages driving the sector forward.
    • Industry case study on AI
    • Industry case study on Big Data
    • Industry case study on IoT
  • 3 pm Networking Break

Learning Innovative Streams

  • 3:30 pmAfternoon learning sessions facilitated by market experts and designed to take a deeper dive into key topics impacting the sector today and tomorrow
  • Stream 1 – Blockchain
    • Blockchain value validation for your commodity business
    • Blockchain implementation stage
    • Blockchain use cases attribution
    • Cost calculation and management
    • Overcoming common implementation challenges
    • Associated risk management
    Hyperledger - Marta Pierkarska
  • Stream 2 – AI
    • Machine Learning value validation for your commodity business
    • Assessing implementation stages
    • Specifying business and tech requirements
    • Machine Learning use cases attribution
    • Cost calculation and management
    • Machine Learning ROI calculation
    Datatonic - Oliver Gindele
  • Stream 3 – Big Data
    • Big Data value validation for your commodity business
    • Big Data implementation stages
    • Specifying business and tech requirements
    • Big Data use cases attribution
    • Cost calculation and management
    • Overcoming common implementation challenges
  • Stream 4 – IoT
    • IoT value validation for your commodity business
    • Specifying business and tech requirements
    • IoT implementation stage
    • IoT use cases attribution
    • Cost calculation and management
    • Associated risk management
    • IoT ROI calculation
    POD Group - Charles Towers-Clark
  • 5:30 pmChair’s concluding remarks
  • 5:45 pmNetworking drinks

We are busy confirming some of the brightest minds in the sector. Let us know if wish to contribute to the discussion and share your insights. Please contact:

Vishaal Majevadia
Phone:+44 (0) 207 176 0368
Email: [email protected]

Featured speakers

Noordin Taj
IT Strategy & Architecture, Digital Transformation, BP
Sunilkumar Ramakrishnan
AI & Blockchain Leader: Chemicals, Petroleum & Industrial Products, IBM
Qaiser Hassan
System Analyst, Data Scientist Chair, Saudi Aramco
Rutger Kalkman
Head of Innovation Trade & Commodity Finance, AMRO Bank
John Salmon
Technology Partner, Hogan Lovells
Charles Towers-Clark
Group CEO, Pod Group
Tina Morris
COO, S&P Global Ratings

Sponsorship

Position your business in expert company, distinct from your competitors. At the Platts Digital Commodities Exchange each sponsor has the opportunity to show-case their product or service to industry-wide professionals. This an environment that encourages an honest and open dialogue among attendees. If you would like to lead the conversation as an event sponsor contact us for more details on packages available: Daniel Davies on +44 (0) 20 717 6229 or [email protected].

Venue

Venue

S&P Global Platts 3rd Annual Digital Commodities Exchange will take place in the Corinthia Hotel in London on December 4, 2019.

Collocated with the Essential Commdities Exchange

 

Corinthia Hotel London
Whitehall Pl,
Westminster,
London
SW1A 2BD

Accommodation details

Your conference registration does not include accommodation. A limited number of rooms have been reserved for conference attendees at the Corinthia Hotel London at a discounted group rate. More details will follow shortly

Pricing

S&P Global Digital Commodities Exchange (DCX) will be held in London on December 4, 2019. Co-located with S&P Global Platts Essential Commodities Exchange (ECX) on December 3, 2019. 


Early Bird
October 31
Standard Rate
December 4
Exchange & Learning Streams Rate
$750 + VAT
$1,000 + VAT
Platts Subscriber Rate
$500 + VAT
$750 + VAT
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These terms and conditions of attendance (“Terms”) shall govern an attendee’s (“Attendee” or “you”)) registration to attend a conference or event (“Event”) hosted by Platts (U.K.) Limited (“Platts”), a company headquartered and incorporated in England and Wales with a registered office address at 20 Canada Square, London E14 5LH.

1. FEES — All fees for Event registration (“Fees”) are quoted and payable to Platts in United States Dollars by bank transfer or by credit card, in cleared funds, by the earlier of (i) within thirty (30) days following Platts’ date of invoice to Attendee; or (ii) prior to commencement of the Event. Fees may also be paid by cheque provided that the cheque has been received and cleared by Platts prior to commencement of the Event. The Attendee acknowledges and agrees that it will be responsible for the payment of any bank fees or other administrative charges which are levied in respect of the Fees and that any such charges will be in addition to the amount of Fees payable to Platts. In consideration of payment of the Fees, Attendee shall receive all documents, written materials, hospitality and refreshments made available to Attendees at the Event. For the avoidance of doubt, Fees do not include Attendee transportation to, or accommodation at, the Event. Failure to pay the Fees by the required date will result in the Attendee being deemed to have cancelled their registration.

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6. ATTENDEE CANCELLATION — The Attendee is entitled to cancel any one or more of the Event registrations it has made by notifying Platts by email to [email protected] at least thirty (30) Calendar Days before the first day of the Event, in which case Platts shall refund the Fee for such registrations less an administration charge of one hundred and ninety five US Dollars (US$195). If cancellation notice is served by the Attendee less than thirty (30) Calendar Days before the first day of the Event, the Attendee is not entitled to receive any refund of Fees already paid.

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8. EVENT PROGRAM — Platts reserves the right to make reasonable alterations to the advertised Event program, agenda, and to the list of speakers and presenters at any time and without prior notice.

9. PRIVACY — S&P Global Platts values your privacy. By submitting your contact details and preferences you are agreeing to S& Global Inc. and its affiliates, including Platts (hereinafter “the Group”) sharing information provided by you with the Group and/or third parties whose products or services we believe may be of interest to you. Your information is stored in a secure database in the US and Canada and access is limited to authorized persons. In addition, the Group has contracted with selected companies in other countries to provide customer service assistance on its behalf. If you would like your name removed from these lists, have questions about our privacy practices or need to confirm the accuracy of your information, please contact S& Global Platts’ Privacy Official at +1-713-658- 3233 or e-mail [email protected] For more information about the Group’s Customer Privacy Policy or to adjust your privacy preferences accordingly, visit our website at http://marketing.platts.com/forms/privacy.

10. NOTICES — All notices required hereunder shall be served by email to (i) Platts at [email protected] and (ii) the Attendee at the address provided by/on behalf of the Attendee when registering for the Event. Such notice shall be deemed served on the first Working Day after the day upon which it can be shown it was sent to the correct email address if no message failure notice has been received in such regard.

11. LIABILITY — Notwithstanding any losses which cannot be excluded or limited by applicable law, Platts excludes all warranties and conditions whether expressed or implied by statute, common law or otherwise to the extent permitted by law. The Attendee shall indemnify and hold harmless Platts, its affiliates and Platts’ employees, directors, officers, representatives and agents from any and all claims, damages, liabilities and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable legal expenses and court costs) arising out of or in relation to (i) any bodily injuries or harm or property damage caused by Attendee or any of its personnel in connection with the Event, (ii) the breach of this agreement by the Attendee or (iii) the negligence or wilful misconduct of the Attendee.

12. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS — The Attendee acknowledges and agrees that all Event materials, documents and any other literature provided prior to or during an Event (“Materials”) remain the sole exclusive property of Platts and/or its licensors. Each Attendee acknowledges and agrees that no copying, recording or re-distribution of the Materials, or any part thereof, is permitted unless otherwise authorized by Platts in writing.

13. RECORDING AND PHOTOGRAPHY PROHIBITED — The Attendee acknowledges and agrees that photography, filming and recording are prohibited during all Event sessions and throughout the Event, except with permission of Platts and the person(s) being recorded or filmed. If permitted, photographs, audio, or video taken during the conference may only be reprinted, copied, submitted, posted or uploaded to the internet in accordance with the requirements outlined in clause 14 of these Terms.

14. USER GENERATED CONTENT — The Attendee: a. warrants that any content that is submitted, reprinted, copied, submitted, posted or uploaded on social media will not infringe privacy rights, will not infringe copyright, trademarks or any other intellectual property rights or contain offensive, obscene, false or defamatory material; b. warrants that they have obtained the consent of any third party who appears, or is referred to, in any content that is submitted, reprinted, copied, submitted, posted or uploaded to the internet, including obtaining the written permission of the subject of a photograph or an audio or visual recording at the Event prior to uploading that picture or recording to the internet; c. agrees to indemnify Platts as set forth in Section 11 in respect of any loss or damage arising from claims brought by a third party alleging a breach of any of the warranties outlined in clause 14 of these Terms; and d. agrees to assign all intellectual property rights in any user generated content created by the Attendee at an Event to Platts and/or its licensors (as appropriate), including all permissions to enable Platts and/or its licensors to use such content as it sees fit, and to undertake all acts necessary in order to give effect to the assignment.

15. NO PUBLICITY — The Attendee acknowledges and agrees that it must not use Platts’ names or marks in any publicity, advertising, public announcements, marketing materials, web sites or other materials without Platts’ prior written approval.

16. LAW AND COURTS — This agreement and all matters arising out of or in connection with it in contract or tort are subject to the Laws of England and Wales and the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.

17. ANTI-TRUST COMPLIANCE — Platts is committed to full compliance with all applicable antitrust laws. Platts expects Attendees at each Event to be aware of, understand, and comply with all anti-trust laws and not to use any Event to co-ordinate their commercial activities. Any activity that could create an appearance of a restriction upon or a distortion of competition must be avoided. Platts reserves the right to ask delegates, who it believes do not comply with anti-trust laws, to cease and desist and/or to leave any Event.

18. SEVERABILITY AND INCONSISTENCY — If any provision of this agreement is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this agreement shall not be affected or impaired and the invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision shall be deemed to be modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable.

19. ENTIRE AGREEMENT — This agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings and representations between the parties.

ADDENDUM Force Majeure means any circumstance not within Platts’ reasonable control including, without limitation, acts of God, flood, drought, earthquake, severe pr adverse weather conditions, or other natural disaster, epidemic or pandemic, terrorist attack, civil war, civil commotion or riots, war, threat or preparation of war, armed conflict, imposition of sanctions, embargo, breaking off of diplomatic relations, nuclear, chemical or biological contamination, any law or action taken by a government or public authority, fire, explosion, collapse of buildings or accident, labour or trade dispute, strikes, industrial action or lockouts and interruption or failure of utility services.

Working Days means working days observed by the United Kingdom. Contact EMEA customer service team by email at [email protected] for further information.

Effective as of May 2019