Oracle Primavera Conference

Unlike other events, the program centers on dialogue and debate, rather than presentations, with the specific objective of forging the insights and relationships required to drive change in the industry. The goal is to rethink infrastructure, building on the cutting-edge insights and deep expertise of all attendees.

Seminar Agenda

The agenda will explore the latest data, global best practices, and innovative approaches required to plan, finance, build, and operate the infrastructure needed to support a world of nine billion people. Leveraging a combination of interactive general sessions and immersive round-table discussions, participants will engage in an unprecedented exchange of ideas, informed by the latest data, global best practices, and innovative approaches. Participants will also identify a set of tangible near-term actions that will remove bottlenecks within the infrastructure industry. Participants will take away new ideas and concrete solutions to apply to their business, city, country, or organization.

The program is organized around three pillars, representing the infrastructure value chain:

  • PLAN: The Public Sector Role

    The development of a sound infrastructure investment plan—that will serve current and future user needs, drive improved economic growth, and minimize socio-economic disparities—requires translating bold ideas into feasible projects that are politically durable and adaptable to a dynamic world. Sessions will focus on how the public sector develops a pragmatic vision in the face of changing user needs, technology gains, and new private sector delivery models.

  • FINANCE: New Strategies for Bankable Projects

    Despite an annual global spend of ~$9 trillion on infrastructure assets, we face an estimated spending gap of $15-20 trillion over the next 15 years. To achieve projected global GDP growth, it is critical to embark on innovative approaches to finance the world’s infrastructure and build strong pipelines of bankable projects.

  • OPERATE: Maximizing Value from Existing infrastructure

    Applying innovative levers to optimize the use and minimize the cost of existing infrastructure is a high-value strategic investment. We estimate that almost US$ 500 billion per year could be saved through disruptive market models, smart management, and technology. Content will examine the levers to maximize asset utilization, revenue opportunities, and customer experience.

The Global Infrastructure Initiative is an invitation-only event, limited to the most senior leaders in the global development and infrastructure sector. Participants include leading policy makers, planners, investors, financiers, builders, owners, and operators.


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