Back at the dawn of 2017, I wrote up a set of predictions for the year. Let’s see how well I did in forecasting the digital oil world.
The Venezuelan government has announced their intent to launch a crypto currency, called Petro, backed by their oil reserves. How might this play out?
There must be an enormous amount of freight haulage to Ft McMurray for the oil and gas industry. Could the industry extract some costs and cut some carbon at the same time through digital?
How might an oil company reduce costs by $3 or more per barrel through digital innovation?
Many in the oil and gas industry are wrestling with how their sector will shape up over the long term. How can scenario planning provide some insight for Boards and management?
Much thanks to my friend and colleague, Randy Wilson, who has been orchestrating the field work.
Cloud computing is behaving a bit like Lord Ronald in Stephen Leacock’s 'Gertrude the Governess" – madly off in all directions. Here’s my weather forecast for cloud computing in oil and gas.Much thanks to Dave Brassor, one of my business partners and friend. Dave is a guru in the world of cloud computing, and this post is based on his insights into the market. .
A big digital outfit (and you know who) is looking for a host city for their second HQ. A couple of oil towns claim to be in the running. How might a Big Oil town persuade Big Digital to give them a look?
Blockchain technology is moving incredibly quickly. Which latest use cases look like they might play well in oil and gas?
Has China co-opted Elon Musk’s vision for an emissions-free transportation future? It certainly looks like it. And there are big implications for the global oil industry.