Brandon Spencer

ABB Inc.

Division President, Energy Industries

Brandon Spencer is currently serving as President for ABB’s Energy Industries division globally. In this capacity he is a member of the Industrial Automation Business Area management team. The Energy Industries division helps companies across the energy industry develop, produce and operate safely, efficiently and profitably. Brandon joined ABB in 2006 and has dedicated his career to helping ABB’s customers achieve their goals and be more successful. His responsibilities during his 15 years with the company include Global Account Management for both ConocoPhilips and ExxonMobil , Vice President of ABB’s Oil, Gas and Chemicals business in North America, as well as managing several of ABB’s large national accounts. Most recently (2018-2020), Brandon served as Managing Director for the Process Industries business line, covering Mining, Pulp & Paper, Metals, Aluminum, Cement, and Hybrid Industries. Prior to joining ABB, Brandon served in various roles within Siemens Power Generation. These roles included positions in operations, service, and sales & marketing. Brandon holds a bachelor's degree in economics and a master’s degree in business administration from the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. He is based in Houston, Texas.

Sessions With Brandon Spencer

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 12:45pm - 01:15pm (CST) / 03/mar/2021 06:45 pm - 03/mar/2021 07:15 pm


    Digital Transformation: Shaping the post-COVID recovery

    Panel Digitalization
    The energy industry has focused strongly on digitalization in the last few years and companies have invested significantly in advanced analytics capabilities, remote operations, and other forms of digital technologies and work processes. These digital transformation efforts have proved resilient at maintaining business continuity and performance in a challenging operating and market environment over the past year. Looking forward, the dual pressures of raising efficiencies (both capital and operating) and lowering emissions will push digital transformation even harder. What different digital strategies are companies following and is the pandemic changing these? What buzzwords of recent years (e.g., Big Data, Block Chain, Digital Twin, Industry 4.0) became concrete and are delivering value? What are the emerging areas of digital transformation in the mid-term?