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The New Era of Oil & Gas Industries - With Technology Revolution


The oil and gas industry is dealing with massive disruption on multiple fronts. Increasing oil price volatility is adding complexity to a fast-changing energy sectors.

With oil and gas industry disruption, wait and see isn’t an option. It’s time to reinvent for a decarbonized, digitalized, demand-driven future, Now.

The oil and gas sector was slower than others to come on board with digitalization, now digital disruption and transformation is front and center of every oil industry conference anywhere in the world.

In an era of rapid change, oil and gas companies will continue to face multiple challenges. But although disruption increases risks, it also creates opportunities to drive growth while boosting the reputational appeal of becoming greener to investors, consumers and employees.



Just as every oil and gas company is unique, so is every transformation journey. Reshaping the oil industry requires companies to pivot their portfolios to the new in a timely way - growing new businesses while keeping the current portfolio profitable and agile. This can be achieved by balancing factors like:

  • Centralization and decentralization
  • Fixed assets and pay-as-you-go
  • Standard and bespoke
  • Operator and entrepreneur
  • Human and machine-based capabilities
It is clear that the oil and gas industry is starting to move towards a future of increasing digitization. The benefits of increased efficiency, cost savings, improved performance and safety are becoming evident and companies who are investing heavily in developing these technologies will surely reap the benefits in years to come.

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