New IT practices and service models must now drive operational excellence
Just a few years ago, many oil and gas companies did not trust cloud models. That’s changed. In the US, even public cloud models are already being adopted across the sector.
So what’s behind this change? In part, it’s the push for IT cost-containment coupled with clear technological maturity. But even more importantly, it’s about ensuring the agility demanded across all areas of the oil and gas industry – particularly with regard to new data analytics.
As a partner with exceptional industry knowledge, Atos is ready to guide oil and gas companies to these new service models – supported with specific solution expertise, from the rig to the retail outlet.
of oil companies are investing in digital automation for oilfield operations
A focused approach for oil and gas digital transformation.
Exploration and Production
In complex of all global endeavors, new mobile and collaborative practice change the rules.
Transport and Refining
The digital refinery is now achievable – Industry 4.0 has changed the game for ever.
Business reinvention at the pump is happening right now, fuel stations must win and retain business.
What our customers say
Oilfield services company
An oilfield services company piped previously untapped data into an analytics platform to drive efficiencies in downhole steering and evaluation
Madrileña Red De Gas
For Spanish utility company, Madrileña Red De Gas, intelligent analytics have dramatically boosted fraud detection rates and reduced non-technical losses
Atos has worked proactively with BP in Germany to improve the quality, responsiveness and cost of service. Atos took responsibility for 60 application clusters for BP which in turn comprised around 200 individual applications
Look Out Market Views
Atos Look Out 2020+ industry trends report provides an in-depth analysis of the emerging megatrends, business transformation opportunities and technologies to help you steer your organization forward the years ahead.
Discover areas in which digital transformation promises the greatest short and midterm benefit for oil and gas companies and at how best to optimize existing IT management practices to help pay for it.
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