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Oil & Gas

There are many challenges facing the oil and gas industry, including the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to manage the environmental impacts of extraction and transportation, and to develop new technologies that can help to increase the efficiency of extraction and reduce costs.


Focused on the discovery and production of oil and gas is the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry. Included in this are tasks like drilling for oil and gas, running and maintaining oil and gas wells, and moving the extracted oil and gas to processing facilities.

Focused on the reprocessing and distribution of oil and gas products is the downstream sector of the oil and gas industry. This covers processes like distilling crude oil to create goods like jet fuel, gasoline, and diesel as well as distributing these goods to customers.

Oil and gas companies employ a variety of technologies to find and extract oil and gas, including drilling and hydraulic fracturing (fracking). Significant growth has been observed in

The growth of renewable energy sources including solar, wind, and hydroelectric power, as well as the use of carbon capture and storage technology to lessen the carbon footprint of the oil and gas sector, have received more attention in recent years.


The planning of exploration and production is made easier by oil and gas forecasting, which is a crucial component of upstream. Additionally, it aids the government and other stakeholders in making decisions. Your operations teams will receive assistance from our subject matter experts before, during, and after the software solution is deployed.



Discover how our platform, which is optimized for mobile and tablet use, may help to improve forecasts for operations and oil production by bringing production and maintenance data to the forefront of decision-making in real time.

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To transfer refined goods, lubricants, and manage your wholesale and retail distribution networks, your sales, service, and marketing divisions need a complete CRM.



Analyzing data about oil production in order to obtain knowledge and make wiser decisions is known as oil production analytics. Data from sensors and other monitoring systems, as well as data from drilling and production operations, can all be analyzed in this process. Analytics might be geographic, descriptive, or predictive.

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