July 2018

IIoT

Industrial IoT technologies are revolutionizing oil and gas supply chains

Over the past few decades, the world has seen a surge in demand for oil and gas, and global markets have responded to meet these growing energy needs.

Harrison S., dominionRED

Over the past few decades, the world has seen a surge in demand for oil and gas, and global markets have responded to meet these growing energy needs. Today, the oil and gas industry is complex and increasingly digitally integrated. Exponential population growth, especially within developing nations, is driving demand and contributing to the rise in the global population, which is now estimated at 8 B people.  Energy producers, suppliers and distributers are rapidly adopting innovative, industry-centric technologies to help meet global demand, deliver sustained value and capitalize on emerging markets. Specifically, technological improvements in liquefaction, transportation and regasificati

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