Scheduled Waste Management In Oil & Gas Industry
We are currently assisting an oil & gas client on scheduled waste management. We specifically want to understand how oil & gas companies can sell/reuse/recycle the scheduled waste generated in the upstream and downstream processes. Also, require details on key industries for whom oil & gas industry generated scheduled waste acts as feed-stock.
Below are some of the waste types on which we need insights:
1. Waste from lead-acid batteries and batteries containing cd/ni/hg/li
2. Waste, gasket, ppe, and sludge containing mercury
3. Used fluorescent tubes & e-waste
4. Asbestos waste in sludges, dust or fiber forms
5. Contaminated soil/debris resulting from clean-up of chemical, oil or scheduled waste spill
6. A mixture of scheduled and non-scheduled waste
7. Spent lubricating oil and hydraulic oil
note: this is a sample of scheduled waste we will provide the exhaustive list later.
• what types of hazardous waste can be reprocessed? Answer based on the list of hazardous waste.
• we want to understand whether o&g companies sell above mentioned scheduled waste to other industries and what are the key buying industries.
• specific cases studies (3 cases studies) on o&g companies such as shell, chevron and bp and their processes to handle the scheduled waste management. Example: do they have internal waste processing plants. Roi of such internal waste processing plants.
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Futurecasting Of Upstream And Midstream Oil & Gas
We are looking for multiple experts in the uk and russia who can speak on how the oil & gas industry (specifically upstream onshore and offshore drilling, production, and well services, as well as midstream transmission pipeline) is likely to evolve in the next decade to 2030, with a particular focus on developments within operations, maintenance, and servicing.
Specific areas of interest include:
- megatrends: key trends (social, technological, regulatory, etc.) and how they will create shifts from current operations in the noted industry.
- challenges, priorities, and ambitions: current operational challenges and business priorities in general as well as long-term ambitions related to three key concepts (i.E., mobility, sustainability, productivity).
- operation & servicing: future requirements, preferences, and pain points in operations and how suppliers (such as lubricant or ancillary services suppliers) can respond to emerging needs; maintenance concerning lubrication of drilling, production, and pipeline assets.
This is a paid 1-hour phone consult. Kindly respond with a brief answer as to your relevance to this space.
1. Can you discuss the greatest shifts or changes in the upstream oil & gas (and, thus, oilfield services) industry in the coming decade? And, more specifically, in relation to operations, maintenance, and servicing?
2. Can you discuss the primary operational, maintenance, and servicing challenges and priorities for oilfield services?
3. Can you share insight in the supply chain and purchasing process for operations and maintenance, given emerging trends such as increasing digitalization and ecommerce in b2b settings?
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State Policy Development
We are looking for experts in the following fields:
- oil and gas (upstream)
- petrochem and natural gas chemistry
- coal industry
- perspective technologies and innovations in energy sector
- human capital development in energy sector
we are looking for people preferably with experience in state policy development, strategy planning in business functions or extensive consulting experience in mentioned industries.+8 Other Responses
Non-seismic Survey For Oil & Gas Industry
We are currently working on a study on non-seismic survey services. We wanted to understand about procurement practices and cost structures for the survey in the region.
We are looking for global or south east asia-based experts, who have working experience in this sector. They should have either worked with supplier side or client side for these services.
Key questions are:
1. Which industries (such as o&g, minerals and mining, etc.) make use of non-seismic surveys? What is the split of demand share split (in %)?
2. What are the latest technology trends in non-seismic survey sector?
A. Which type of non-seismic survey technology is most popular amongst o&g companies? In which situation is each technology suitably employed?
B. Please 2-3 case studies of oil and gas companies
3. What is the cost structure (split in %) for non-seismic survey services? What are the key cost components?
A. Describe the impact of key cost components, in case of electromagnetic, magnetic and gravity-based survey?
B. Which are the key drivers of cost, especially in south east asia region?
4. In malaysia, which are the top 20 suppliers (local & international) of non-seismic surveys? What is their market share?
A. If international supplier, who is their local agent/representative supplier?
B. Which are the top brokers in malaysia, which help in procuring non-seismic survey? What is the percentage margin of their brokerage?
C. Differentiate between international and local suppliers, in terms of service quality, technological capability, cost and other slas
5. What is the popular sourcing strategy adopted by o&g companies, for non-seismic surveys?
A. Do clients get into long-term contract with suppliers? What is the average tenure (in years) of such contracts? Or is the survey contract one-off event, whenever need arises? Please provide 2-3 case studies of oil and gas companies
b. How many suppliers does each client engage with, for its non-seismic survey needs – single or multiple suppliers?
To demonstrate your relevance, please consider briefly answering the questions below:
1. Have you worked with any non-seismic survey service provider?
2. Have you procured non-seismic survey services for oil and gas clients?
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