April 2000

Trends and Resources

HPInformer: International

BP Amoco, Stavanger, Norway, has agreed withADB Systems to purchase its e-commerce solution. BP Amoco will be one of the first oil companies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf to start using a busines..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

BP Amoco, Stavanger, Norway, has agreed withADB Systems to purchase its e-commerce solution. BP Amoco will be one of the first oil companies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf to start using a business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce solution in trading with its supplier. The company expects significant savings through optimized and more automated procurement. Initially, BP Amoco will use ADB's solutions for purchases related to frame agreements. Many of BP Amoco's key suppliers will have access to purchase orders through the Internet. The intention is to route all communications between customers and suppliers over the Internet and to later tie this into a common marketplace for the offshore

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