Web 2.0: New Collaboration Technologies for the Oil and Gas Industry

IDC
January 9, 2009
14 Pages - SKU: IDC2087215

This Energy Insights report discusses the results of interviews with oil and gas companies and independent software vendors that serve the oil and gas industry. Energy Insights asked these industry players about their company's use of Web 2.0 technologies, and how they could be implemented as a collaboration tool in exploration and production (E&P).

Catherine Madden, senior research analyst at Energy Insights, believes, "Web 2.0 technologies will become a part of the oil and gas industry. These collaboration tools can contribute to meeting global demand for oil and the aging workforce challenge, as well as enhancing learning and establishing best practices within the enterprise."




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