Home
 > search for

Featured Documents related to »  oil prices


Oil and Gas
Oil and gas companies@whether upstream, downstream, or mid-stream@face a wide range of industry-specific challenges, including new and evolving government

oil prices  and Gas Oil and gas companies—whether upstream, downstream, or mid-stream—face a wide range of industry-specific challenges, including new and evolving government regulations for air and water quality, and the need to better forecast prices in a highly volatile market (with fluctuating demand as well as fluctuating prices). There is also a shift in industry focus, from oil field exploration to exploitation, which raises issues related to “brown” (or mature) fields and sustainability. Read More...
ERP for the Oil and Gas Industry (Upstream)
The model of ERP systems for the upstream oil and gas sector addresses the particularly specialized business model of this industry. It is common practice for companies, individuals, and government...
Start evaluating software now
Country:

 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
 
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » oil prices


Creating Value From Global Commerce Management People, Process and Enablers
Companies are going global because the risk of not doing so greatly outweighs the comfort that staying domestic brings. According to a World Trade Organization

oil prices  Despite the rise in oil prices the volume of world trade is likely to grow by 8.5% in real terms by the end of 2004. The liberalization of trade, the reduction of tariffs, the elimination of quotas, the continued rise in China as an industrial force, and the rise of outsourcing as a cost reduction opportunity, all create an environment that is full of opportunity and fraught with hazards. The ability to effectively manage global commerce will be a key strategic competitive differentiator. Global Read More...
Selecting ERP for Oil and Gas Industry Contractors and Vendors
Suppliers to the oil and gas industry are under more pressure than ever before to increase quality, collaborate closely with the customer, and take on more

oil prices  a period of high oil prices that had lasted between four and five years. During that time, oil companies and their suppliers have grown tremendously as organizations, and that competition for talent and resources has driven up salaries and wages by as much as 30 percent in the last two years alone. And then the price of oil dropped back down to earth. This created a situation where wages and the other costs associated with oil exploration, extraction and processing has never been higher. This dynamic has Read More...
Finding Opportunity in Rising Fuel Costs: Strategies for Industrial Equipment Companies
The rising price of fuel has set in motion a series of more profound changes for both consumers and industry. But those companies that take comfort from the

oil prices  , Diesel , Crude Oil Prices , Fuel Cost Problem , Fuel Cost Strategies , High Fuel Cost Impacts , Fuel Needs , Customer's Fuel Impact , Reduce Fuel Costs , Demand for Fuel , Seaze Opportunity High Fuel Costs , Direct Cost Impact , Raise Prices , Strategies Rising Gasoline Prices , Fuel Surcharges , Gasoline Diesel Pricing , Gallons , Fuel Taxes , Oil Companies , Price of Petroleum , Tariff , Industrial Equipment Manufacturing Company , Prepared exclusively for Sage by Cambashi, Inc. www.cambashi.com Read More...
Provider of B2B Price Management and Optimization Speaks Out
In addition to growing at a breakneck pace for the last few years, Vendavo has recently rounded out its suite for price and margin management. The market should

oil prices  consumer products, mill products, oil and gas, and distribution. Some of the clients’ divisions include the following: two of the top five computer manufacturers around the world three of the top 10 Fortune 500 manufacturers of semiconductor five of the globe’s largest industrial manufacturing corporations six of the top 20 chemical companies according to Fortune 500 The SAP Factor Vendavo attributes its success to both direct and indirect channel sales. The latter has seen a strong momentum as a Read More...
Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

oil prices  Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume? R. Krause - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) may finally be able to break into Dell Computer Corporation's product line, according to sources quoted by Forbes.com. Reports indicate that Dell is negotiating to buy approximately 100,000 of AMD's upcoming Spitfire chip. Spitfire is expected to compete against Intel's Celeron chip, their low-end CPU. This Read More...
ERP for Oil and Gas Upstream RFI/RFP Template
Financials, Human Resources, Maintenance Management, Supply Chain Management, Product Technology

oil prices  for Oil and Gas Upstream RFI/RFP Template Financials, Human Resources, Maintenance Management, Supply Chain Management, Product Technology Read More...
Why Is In-transit Visibility (ITV) in the Supply Chain Important?
ITV capabilities allows an organization to meet the challenges of rapidly increasing fuel prices, changes in regulatory requirements, and provides customers

oil prices  Is In-transit Visibility (ITV) in the Supply Chain Important? Picture this: a customer service representative (CSR) gets a frantic call from a customer asking about parts. In this scenario, the customer is waiting for the supplier to deliver critical parts for a product which is scheduled on the line in a few hours. The customer service department's initial step is to check the order status where the item will be identified as being delivered, en route for delivery, awaiting customs etc. Usually, Read More...
Rebuilding after Katrina-Murphy Oil Improves Server Management and Flexibility
When Katrina hit in 2005, Murphy was among the many companies impacted by the devastation. Although its servers sustained no physical damage, they were

oil prices  after Katrina-Murphy Oil Improves Server Management and Flexibility When Katrina hit in 2005, Murphy was among the many companies impacted by the devastation. Although its servers sustained no physical damage, they were inaccessible, and Murphy could not reach or use its data until the waters receded and the servers were moved. After retrieving the servers from New Orleans (US), the company went directly to Virtuozzo for an evaluation. Read More...
Basic Energy Services: Getting Paychecks out The Door with SAP ERP
With thousands of employees providing a range of well-site services, US–based Basic Energy Services Inc. is “basic” to the operation of oil and gas wells spread

oil prices  to the operation of oil and gas wells spread across 13 states. Faced with high turnover rates among field employees, Basic Energy realized its existing human resources (HR) software was limiting its ability to conduct business efficiently. Learn how an integrated human capital management solution helped. Read More...
Songa Offshore Selects IFS
Songa Offshore, an International midwater drilling contractor active in the North Atlantic basin, has chosen to deploy IFS Applications for Offshore Service

oil prices  management, and financials. IFS’ oil and gas industry solution also features support for replication and document management.   With more than 400 customers in the project and asset-oriented market, IFS is a leading provider of business software to large and midsize companies within the oil and gas industry. For more than 20 years, IFS has worked closely with engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) contractors, drilling contractors, system/equipment suppliers, and asset/plant Read More...
How One Vendor Parlays Price Variation into Profit Improvement Opportunities
Rather than sticking to such outdated and speculative pricing practices as

oil prices  One Vendor Parlays Price Variation into Profit Improvement Opportunities Zilliant is a data-driven price management software provider that aims to help business-to-business (B2B) companies maximize revenue and margins using advanced price segmentation, optimization, and execution capabilities. To learn more, please see part one of this series What if Companies Could Use Science to Align Prices to Market and Maximize Margins? The Pricing Challenges that B2B Participants Face In narrowing down the key Read More...
Product Configurators Pave the Way for Mass Customization
'Mass customization' is the buzzword of the current decade. Customers demand products with lower prices, higher quality and faster delivery; yet they also want

oil prices   Read More...
Network-wide Data Protection: A Policy Key Management Architecture Primer for Business Leaders
Data loss can be damaging to a business—hurting short-term stock prices, impacting customer relationships, and reducing revenues. As more companies conduct

oil prices   Read More...
Popular Searches

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others