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US Industry Outlook: Where Digitalization and Sustainability Intersect

This webinar will explore industrial digitalization and sustainability strategies as means to the same end. Digitalization is a catalyst both for reimagining existing operations and for developing new products and services with less waste and lower emissions. How should industrial companies seize this opportunity?

This webinar will feature market analysis from IHS Markit and insights from Cognite on the topic of profitable sustainability in the industry. We will look at:

  • Areas where we are seeing meaningful progress today, including energy efficiency, methane containment, transport optimization, and more.
  • How broader application of digitalization in the sustainability space depends on technological advances, and what role organizational issues play.
  • Which companies and capabilities need to come together to best develop and realize the potential in data-driven sustainability.



Francois Laborie

Francois Laborie

President, Cognite North America

Francois runs Cognite's operation in North America, including offices in Houston and Austin, Texas. Previously, he managed Cognite’s overall marketing activities, including product marketing and the Cognite partner network, as Chief Marketing Officer. He spent the preceding 11 years with software company Vizrt, where he served as COO and CCO, responsible for all commercial and operational activities. 

Carolina Torres

Carolina Torres

Senior Director, Energy Industry Transformation

Carolina helps industrial companies optimize their existing energy production, move towards more sustainable energy solutions, and future-proof their digital and data systems for a carbon-neutral future. She has more than 29 years of global experience in the oil and gas industry from roles that spanned exploration, field development, finance, drilling, digital transformation, and digital product development. 

Judson Jacobs - IHS Markit BW

Judson Jacobs

Managing Director, Energy and Natural Resources

In this role, Judson studies the strategic implications and tactical applications of traditional and digital technologies across the energy value chain.  Key research and project themes include the decarbonization of the oil and gas sector, digital transformation to drive step changes in industry efficiency and performance, and expanding innovation models to source key technology advances.