Paving the way...
Our expert insights show how technology can keep operations running even more effectively.
Why are oil and gas operators hesitant about deploying robotics?Mike Currie, Vice President of Marketing and RevOps at Gecko Robotics, tells us about the energy industry’s hesitancy to adopt robots and how it can overcome these barriers.
Are oil and gas companies suffering from digital fatigue? Then it’s time to focus on cultural changeBCG Digital Ventures Managing Director and Partner Sergey Sushentsev explains why new technologies also demand new ways of working.
Are mid-sized companies at the cutting edge of digital innovation in oil and gas?Strategic Growth Services CEO John Young tells us why mid-sized companies are becoming unlikely leaders in oil and gas innovation.
Artificial intelligence could transform oil and gas, but is the industry prepared?Digital technology expert Charles Lewis explains how companies may need to reorganise to take full advantage of artificial intelligence
Fifteen percent of global energy greenhouse gas emissions come from the process of getting oil and gas out of the ground. This and other urgent challenges such as price volatility amid the Covid-19 pandemic are encouraging leading industrials to look to technology to change the way oil and gas is discovered, drilled and produced.
Industry Innovation Director, Axora
Technology is making oil and gas operations more resilient
Drones that perform remote or difficult-to-reach diagnostics and inspections. Autonomous fleets of trucks and remote-controlled machinery. Real-time analytics to protect worker safety. Far from being the stuff of science fiction, these technologies are in use today. And they’re pointing towards a smarter, more resilient future.