Ernesto Gutierrez de Piñeres

Ecopetrol

Digital Vice President

Ernesto Gutierrez de Piñeres has served as Digital Vice President since October 2018. Mr. Gutierrez de Piñeres is a Systems Engineer and Information Systems Management Specialist from Norte de Barranquilla University and holds an Executive MBA from Los Andes University. He has more than 22 years of experience as Director and Manager (CIO) of information technology areas in different multinational companies on multiple industry sectors, leading and developing high performance teams in Colombia, United States, Central and South America. Executive with experience in transforming technology areas into business partners and generators of value for organizations through innovation, knowledge, team development and technology strategies that leverage corporate strategy and competitive business.

Sessions With Ernesto Gutierrez de Piñeres

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 10:30am - 11:10am (CST) / 08/mar/2022 04:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 05:10 pm

    New Business Models for Bringing Climate Tech Solutions to Scale

    Panel Diversity & Inclusion/Future of Workforce

    As the energy system decarbonizes, it is becoming more complex and more interconnected. Today’s emerging energy system is fundamentally different, forcing companies to compete globally. New technologies will have to be developed to meet climate ambitions, evolving energy uses, and emerging new supply chains. How will corporate structures and business models change as new opportunities, but also new threats, emerge? What new business models can scale new technologies to support decarbonization efforts? What opportunities and challenges will companies face?

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 01:00pm - 01:30pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 07:00 pm - 09/mar/2022 07:30 pm

    New Generation Data Analytics Tools for Emission Reduction

    A key finding from emissions reduction projects in oil & gas to date has been that a major step-up in analytics capability is required to make sense of copious and diverse types of data from various sensors. There are multiple levels of integration—from basic time matching of inputs to the interface with operational and safety systems, ERP systems, and with decision-support systems to address remedial actions. What does this mean for the design of analytical tools to be deployed as part of an emissions management system?