Drill Down: time for IT to step up

| Point of View

The US Energy Information Administration estimates that in 2014 alone, the increase in the global supply of petroleum and other liquid fuels was almost twice the increase in consumption. As a result, companies are naturally looking to IT for help in improving their operations in a few fundamental areas.

Capgemini, in conjunction with its co-innovation partners Pivotal and EMC, offers a business data lake capable of harnessing big data technology to store all data (unstructured, production, drilling, financial, petrotechnical and geoscientific data as well as field/reservoir planning and publicly available well header information) in a raw form, thus providing a single source for all analysis.