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Capturing the next frontier of value: Operating models for oil and gas fields of the future

As the global energy transition accelerates, upstream operators must modernize and shift to more economic operating models. Where and how should they seek the next generation of efficiency gains?
Capturing the next frontier of value: Operating models for oil and gas fields of the future

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Global Energy Perspective, 2018

lapetitemort.info Energy Insights has released the 2018 Reference Case from its Global Energy Perspective on long-term energy demand. Global CO₂ emissions are expected to plateau by 2030 due to major shifts in the global energy landscape, particularly related to electric vehicles and renewable energy sources. However, increased global energy demand means that emissions will remain at more than double the level required for a 2 degrees Celsius warming pathway.

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An analytical approach to maximizing reservoir production

– Producing assets have significant subsurface optimization potential. We take a deeper look at what it takes to unlock this value.

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MARPOL implications on refining and shipping markets

– Opportunities will depend on how other sectors respond.
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New reality: electric trucks and their implications on energy demand

– When DHL decided in 2013 that it wanted to upgrade its fleet to electric powertrains, it could not find a suitable vehicle or an original equipment manufacturer willing to develop one. So, they decided to develop a vehicle themselves.

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What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages

– In an era marked by rapid advances in automation and artificial intelligence, new research assesses the jobs lost and jobs gained under different scenarios through 2030.
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Why oil and gas companies must act on analytics

– Offshore platforms are, on average, running at only 77 percent of maximum production potential. Rigorous use of analytics can improve substantially on that.

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Prosperity postponed

– Some stability returned to the OFSE sector in Q1 2017, with strong US onshore performance offsetting moderate decline elsewhere.... However, prosperity has not yet arrived as oil prices went sideways.
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Building a new energy security architecture

– The Honourable Prime Minister of India, while sharing his expectations from the hydrocarbon sector and the government’s... endeavour to achieve energy security, laid out his vision for India’s energy future in the form of four pillars—access, efficiency, sustainability and security.
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Taming the Mad Dog: Making oil projects work in a low-price environment

– BP’s Starlee Sykes discusses the future of deepwater development.
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Preserving the downturn’s upside

– Plummeting prices forced oil and gas companies to get serious about rising production costs. They have. Now the challenge is to... preserve those gains.
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From one well to thousands: The innovation multiplier in unconventionals

– Steve Schlotterbeck, CEO of EQT Corporation, comments on the opportunities and challenges of leading one of the largest producers... in the world-class Marcellus Shale region.
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Delivering a world-class integration in oil and gas

– Transition CEO Huibert Vigeveno discusses what worked in Royal Dutch Shell’s integration of BG Group, its biggest acquisition... in more than a century.
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Spectra Energy: ‘We go where the lights are’

– President and CEO Greg Ebel on how Spectra Energy became one of the most successful pipeline companies in North America and the... future of the industry.
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From scenario planning to stress testing: The next step for energy companies

– Utilities and oil and gas firms have long used scenario analysis, but extraordinary times call for new measures.
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Rethinking the oil and gas organization

– Organizational choices made during a time of resource scarcity need reexamination when the cycle turns.
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Oil-field services sector gears up for a recovery … but is not there yet

– Stabilizing oil prices stimulated activity in some areas, which fed through to the OFSE sector, helping support the market. Emerging... consensus amongst OPEC countries is likely to position the market for recovery; however, execution remains a challenge.
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What slowing additions to refining capacity will mean to the industry

– Announced refining capacity additions remain high relative to recent history, but will be lower than previously forecast. Conversion... investments continue to exceed distillation and will increase complexity in the refining industry with potential opportunities for refiners, traders, suppliers, shippers, and the EPC industry.

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