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Recently, I presented a webinar entitled “Digital Transformation: Future Proof Your Business.” Today, I want to break down some of the key points covered in that webinar and discuss how your energy company can navigate the ever-changing waters of 2021.
As we enter 2021 and beyond, mobile-readiness is no longer an optional, value-added component of the energy stack. With 96% of Americans owning a mobile device, mobile capabilities have the potential to be the glue that will keep your infrastructure running.
In order to address gender disparity and help meet the demand for more technical talent in all industries, it is critically important that we encourage more girls and young women to pursue their education and careers in STEM fields.
Energy transaction compliance is fraught with an alphabet soup of acronyms and plenty of lengthy compliance and standards documentation. Luckily, you really only need to know two: NAESB and FERC. Read more about these two guiding lights in energy transaction compliance.
Despite the operational complexity of natural gas infrastructure, modern analytics brings tangible value to energy companies — regardless of where their productivity gaps exist. Operational intelligence — a field of data analytics that emphasizes real-time data and rapid-fire decision-making — can help O&G companies discover productivity issues and correct them before they impact the bottom-line.
As we round the corner into a clearly digital future, many oil and gas providers are quickly finding value in the cloud.
Evolving factors across the oil and gas industry are likely to facilitate a rapid change in regulatory obligations for pipeline asset owners and operators throughout the rest of 2017 and beyond.
Based on conversations with several of the largest upstream, midstream and downstream asset operators and owners, as well as drawing from our more than 20 years of experience in the industry, we have developed five key predictions for 2017.