Zain Kuwait showcases digitization solutions to transform oil facilities

KUWAIT: In a move to reflect its role in accelerating the digital transformation of Kuwait’s key industries, Zain announced its sponsorship and participation in the 6th Kuwait Corrosion Conference and Exhibition, organized by the Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) – Kuwait Chapter. The event hosted some of the country and region’s biggest oil, gas, and energy players, and was attended by CEO of the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) Wadha Al-Khateeb.

The company’s participation in this prominent event reflected the role it continues to play as one of the private sector’s main digital transformation enablers, empowering companies and government agencies from across key industries to embrace digitization. This is especially true within the local oil & gas sector, which is considered the backbone of the nation’s economy, as Kuwait is one of the world’s biggest oil producers.

Through its dedicated booth at the event, Zain showcased a wide range of digital solutions, cloud services, and other key applications it offers to oil, gas, and energy companies to digitize their workflows and elevate efficiency. This includes solutions to monitor and evaluate the integrity of oil assets, reduce risks of corrosion in pipelines and other facilitates, and more by using drones and other advanced tech tools. In recent years, Zain has doubled down on its strategic efforts to digitalize the local oil & gas industry. The company heavily invested in tech solutions such as 5G, drones, digital applications, managed cloud services, and more to empower companies to embrace digitalization.

Zain offers a number of key tools to oil & gas companies, including migrating infrastructures to more agile ones on the cloud, leveraging on 5G technologies, as well as a wide range of reliable, secure and efficient datacenter, cloud, and connectivity solutions. The company also covers an extensive range of cybersecurity solutions, as well as rig connectivity tools through its UAV division, Zain Drones.

The 6th Kuwait Corrosion Conference and Exhibition covered a wide range of topics that are having an increasing impact on the oil, gas, and energy industries, such as digital transformation, artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud computing. These technologies and more are paving the way for a new era for this vital industry, helping companies and governments elevate efficiency, increase productivity, reduce risks, and achieve sustainable goals.

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