British Petroleum (BP) is currently developing blockchain technology that will enable efficiencies in the oil and gas supply chain.
Oil and gas companies deal with a land recording system that is hundreds of years old, startup company Oseberg is here to digitalize and modernize that system.
A perspective on how climate change is pressuring oil and gas firms to transform their business models.
As OFSE providers install new automation technologies, they are becoming inundated with more data than they can use – and GE is moving quickly to position itself as their digital partner in supply chain and operations management.
The connection of ExxonMobil to climate change is more than just causal. Changing weather and landscapes will have a profound impact on Exxon's ability to profitably produce oil.
How technological innovations such as 3D printing can help oil and gas industry to adapt to a new low oil price environment
&quot;We will lift the restrictions on American energy, and allow this wealth to pour into our communities. It’s all upside: more jobs, more revenues, more wealth, higher wages, and lower energy prices.&quot; – President Trump
GE is spending a fortune creating the industrial internet. One application of their industrial internet could replace my former job at an oil refinery. Will their big bet pay off and replace my former job?
BP – and the oil and gas industry as a whole – has been forced to respond to the downturn in commodity prices by embracing digitization as a means for cost-cutting.
Recently Royal Dutch Shell announced their ambition is to be “the most innovative energy company in the field of digital”. How far away are they from achieving that goal?