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New technologies—from smart sensors and IoT to cognitive—are changing the operational and financial dynamics for energy and resources companies. By leveraging big data collected from engineering, geological, production, and equipment sources, O&G, utilities, and renewable energy companies are gaining smarter insights leading to improved forecasting, reduced costs, and stronger outcomes.
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|Energy management: Most consumers and businesses push for cleaner energy
Businesses and consumers are producing a virtuous circle of sustainability, with each group appearing to drive the other toward cleaner, greener energy and sustainable practices. Our eighth annual energy resources study examines these and other findings.
|An oil and gas sector perspective: Tech Trends 2018
When advances such as digital reality, cognitive, cloud computing, and blockchain work in concert with strategy and operations, they can fundamentally reshape how work gets done, set the stage for new products and business models, and drive greater organizational value.
|Machine Learning: FOROIL sees opportunities in brownfield development
Hugues de Saint Germain, FOROIL’s founder and chairman, explains how his company is redefining how oil companies can get more production from their brownfield assets—with little to no capex—in this conversation with Scott Sanderson, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP.
|Blockchain: A true disruptor for the energy industry
Although it would require significant investments in time, money, and effort, adopting blockchain in energy and resources (E&R) could improve visibility, increase operating efficiencies, and streamline regulatory reporting. Explore additional advantages this technology could bring to the industry and why companies will likely need to collaborate to maximize these benefits.
|An integrated approach to combat cyber risk
Critical infrastructure relies on industrial control systems (ICS) to maintain safe and reliable operations. Making operational processes secure, vigilant, and resilient is a challenge and requires oil and gas companies to harmonize and align two cultures: engineering and IT.
|Disruption in the power and utilities sector
No matter where you sit in the value chain, the message is clear. Surviving and thriving in a rapidly changing power and utilities sector isn’t simply about the importance of demand and new fuel sources, or about regulatory or societal pressures. It’s about envisioning different futures, understanding trends and uncertainties, considering the implications for underlying assumptions in the strategy and the business model, developing monitoring capabilities, and then responding accordingly when disruptions have the potential to upend core beliefs.
|Deciphering third-party business risk in a period of weak commodity prices
Across the oil and gas industry, many companies are buckling under the steep decline in commodity prices. Forty-two companies filed for bankruptcy in 2015. And with oil prices hovering near 10-year lows, that number could potentially quadruple this year.
|The arc of innovation in the oil and gas industry
The oil and gas business has a rich history of continuous innovative and technological advances, across the value chain, that have enabled the development of new and challenging resource types and given the ability to respond to customer needs, all while continually improving safety and environmental performance. This research series uses the US patent database to tell the story of oil and gas innovation.
Read some of the latest Customer analytics blogs. Vitamin D delivers bold, real–world strategies and inspiring success stories to help organizations gain the insight–driven advantage and achieve better outcomes.
|Innovation is ingrained in the oil & gas industry's DNA, as evidenced by its long history of technological and engineering advances. Today, the deep integration of digital technologies – which enable companies to produce more oil faster, safer, and at a lower cost – provides a multi-billion-dollar opportunity to improve organizational performance and results. Read more.|
Early adopters speak out on cognitive and AI
What do the most aggressive adopters of AI and cognitive technologies report based on their efforts to date? On everything from the impact on jobs to their specific goals and exactly which technologies they're using and much more, 250 leaders shared their views on this important business development just as it takes hold in the broader business world.
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