With rapid and unpredictable changes within this growing global marketplace and added sustainable development pressures (such as environmental, technological, and labour conditions) the energy industry tests even the most successful energy services companies.
To be in the forefront of this industry, companies should be agile, innovative, and focused on complying with the strict regulations of this industry.
The oil and gas sector deals with long project timelines which sometimes occur in remote locations. In addition, the oil and gas industry are vastly contending with emerging trends. They must anticipate risk effectively, improve performance and operate more efficiently; and, have well-devised methodologies and governance to sustain the rising energy demands, and do this all on a budget.
As the added pressure to meet future energy demands increases, global alliances are becoming more and more critical. Our global network supports Canadian companies with international operations by providing local industry knowledge where your business operates. Regardless if you are a junior exploration and production company or a multi-national energy company, we have the resources to supply you with the answers you need. We help you manage and explore new opportunities.
How do you keep up with an infinitely changing global economy? In the world of technology, it’s not enough to react to change. You have to create change to stay ahead.
Enterprises should realize that customers are now empowered; they control the value chain for products due to having instant choice, exposure to global comparisons, pooled purchasing power, and a falling need for intermediaries. As well, there is a growing demand for network bandwidth and cheaper, faster, and more feature-rich devices, at the same time, there is an increased demand for technology to be environmentally friendly.
Research and development strategies and access to capital are as important as ever, but growing public concern about environmental sustainability is presenting new challenges as well as new market opportunities (many of which are being creatively explored by the emerging “cleantech” sector).