With global economic growth and declines in "easy oil," every segment of the oil and gas industry competes for and manages finite resources—from hydrocarbon reserves, market access, and technology innovation to customer relationships and human talent. We help our O&G clients develop forward-thinking yet pragmatic strategies to improve safety, reliability, and value of equipment and processes.
As consumption patterns change, U.S. companies can mitigate the shock of soaring electricity costs in a number of ways.
Capitalizing on the revolution in the gas market will require flexibility and timely action.
In today’s complex hydrocarbons market, building the right alliances can be a game changer.
Chicago Council on Global Affairs, 13 June 2013
Vance Scott, leader of
A.T. Kearney'sOil & Gas, Chemicals, and Energy Practices in the Americas, moderates this panel discussion about today’s historic opportunity for American competitiveness in the global economy because of the shale gas revolution.
Europe, Middle East, and Africa