As all industries move towards a digital growth, the oil and gas industry is also not far behind. Digital oilfields are merging as the new-age technology-centric solutions that are allowing oil and gas companies to maximize their productivity and increase their profits. Digital oilfields are bringing together business process management with advanced information technology processes as well as engineering expertise to automate and streamline the tasks of various teams in the oil and gas industry. Digital oilfields have been around for the last ten years, but it is only recently that it has started becoming popular and achieved rapid strides in terms of design and deployment. The field of digital oilfields holds tremendous potential and is poised to expand to encompass almost every aspect of operations in the oil and gas industry. It is expected that the industry will reach a value of approximately USD 18 billion by the end of 2022.
Some analysis suggests that companies can increase their profits by nearly 25% through the use of digital oilfields. Digital oilfields also provide access to take expertise to remote locations and lowers the decision time in key processes in spite of geographical boundaries. While there are many advantages to digital oilfields, as with any technology, there are several challenges that prevent the full implementation of digital oilfields from happening. Aruvian Research takes a look at this new and lucrative field of technology in its research report Analyzing Digital Oilfields. This in-depth report analyzes the technology behind digital oilfields and looks at reasons why they are the future of the oil and gas industry.
The report begins with an analysis of the global oil and gas industry. Looking at market statistics, we take a look at why there is a need for innovation in the global oil and gas industry today, followed by a profile of the digital revolution in the industry.
An introduction to digital oilfields looks at why oil and gas companies need digital oilfields and the main components of a digital oilfield. We also analyze the role of technology in digital oilfields along with the enabling technologies that are used in digital oilfields. Integration of the digital data and how companies benefit from it is also explored. The general perception of companies towards digital oilfields and how innovation is driving this market are also analyzed in this research report.
Evolution of digital oilfields in the last ten years at par with technology is looked at, followed by the various technologies that are used in a digital oilfield such as remote real-time facility monitoring and control, real-time drilling, intelligent wells, 4-D visualization and modelling techniques, integrated asset models, production volume management systems, etc. The process of implementing a digital oilfield is also described in our report.
Countries that are leading the development of digital oilfields in Asia Pacific Europe and the Middle East are profiled in the report along with a view on the investment profile in digital oilfields.
We also analyze the factors driving the demand of digital oilfield technologies as well as the challenges facing the market. Economical drivers and advantages of digital oilfields are also looked at. Several case studies for both offshore and onshore implementation of digital oilfields are included in the report. An outlook and how the industry can overcome the resistance to digital oilfields is analyzed.
Major industry players such as Halliburton, Baker Hughes, China National Petroleum, Sinopec, GE, Honeywell, Schlumberger, and others are analyzed in the report through a corporate snapshot, an analysis of their business segments, a SWOT analysis and a look at their activities in the field of digital oilfields.