Oil and gas companies and their executives must look around every corner, into the distance, to forecast the industry’s next frontier and anticipate the major disruptions. What happens when companies are too busy managing the current environment to focus on the horizon? There are many weak signals that, if they gain velocity, could have major implications on the oil and gas industry. And how can companies prepare for those weak signals with an eye on the present and toward the future? Follow along as we analyze different energy futures and weak signals impacting the industry regularly through our Frontiers series.
Offshore exploration poised for growth
Oil and gas companies looking for growth opportunities see offshore investments offering higher returns than shale over the long term.
When portfolio optimization goes too far
It’s time for oil and gas companies to begin thinking about growth and developing a platform that can produce higher returns over the long term.
Oil and gas companies and consumer disconnect
In this issue of Frontiers we look at strategies oil and gas companies can use to rediscover the customer, before it’s too late.
Oil’s “last cycle”: tough choices for energy leaders
In a world where prices remain low and consumers have options, how will your company strategically position itself for the future? We offer insights.
Should oil-producers rethink fiscal regimes?
The extended period of lower crude prices has created challenges for both oil and gas companies and nations that rely heavily on oil revenues.