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  • Renewable Energy 705x618 1 - Renewable Integration: Trends, Challenges and Digital Measures

    Renewable Integration: Trends, Challenges and Digital Measures

    A structured approach to renewable energy by utilities and other stakeholders will allow for seamless integration without cost duplication and service interruption. The digital components of this strategy will enhance efficiency and eliminate redundancy. Read this article to gain insides of challenges, trends, and tips for digital strategy implementation in renewable energy of the Utility Industry.

    August, 2019

  • wind turbines 705x441@2x - Digital and Cloud Solutions - Impact of Opex Solutions on a CapEx Centric Utility Industry

    Digital and Cloud Solutions – Impact of Opex Solutions on a CapEx Centric Utility Industry

    The digital era has given a new course to the age-old discussion on CapEx-OpEx optimization. The direct impact of technology on financial levers of utilities business was never so great. Operationalization of capital expenditure opens up a wide range of possibilities like minimized upfront investments, improved asset usage ratios, increased average revenue per unit, average margin per user, and cost of asset recovery.

    August, 2019

  • green chalkboard scaled - Transformation in the Utilities Sector Is a Requirement, Not an Option

    Transformation in the Utilities Sector Is a Requirement, Not an Option

    Read Avasant’s "Transformation in the Utilities Sector Is a Requirement, Not an Option" article to find out how Utilities industry, that has typically had difficulty in adapting to rapid changes, can both culturally and technologically, address these challenges.

    August, 2019

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2019/2020: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2019/2020: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 23 respondents in this sector include public utilities; water, gas, and electric utilities; integrated energy companies; upstream exploration and production companies; natural gas companies; pipeline operators; and other energy and utilities companies. The companies in our sample range in size from a minimum of about $50 million to more than $26.8 billion in annual revenue. [Full Study Description]

    July, 2019

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2019/2020: Chapter 26: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2019/2020: Chapter 26: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 26 provides benchmarks for utilities. The 15 respondents in this subsector range in size from about $87.9 million to $126 billion in annual revenue. This category includes gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. [Full Study Description]

    July, 2019

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2018/2019: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2018/2019: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 23 respondents in this sector include public utilities; water, gas, and electric utilities; integrated energy companies; upstream exploration and production companies; natural gas companies; onshore and offshore field services companies; pipeline operators; and other energy and utilities companies. The companies in our sample range in size from $87.9 million to more than $26.8 billion in annual revenue. (80 pp., 51 fig.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2018

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2018/2019: Chapter 25: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2018/2019: Chapter 25: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 25 provides benchmarks for utilities. The 17 respondents in this subsector range in size from about $87.9 million to $126 billion in annual revenue. This category includes gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, pipeline operators, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. (50 pp., 30 fig.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2018

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2017/2018: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2017/2018: Chapter 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for public utilities, oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 27 respondents in this sector include public utilities, water, gas, and electric utilities, integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, onshore and offshore field services companies, pipeline operators, and other energy and utilities companies. The companies in our sample range in size from $87.9 million to more than $26.8 billion in annual revenue. [Full Study Description]

    June, 2017

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2017/2018: Chapter 24: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2017/2018: Chapter 24: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 24 provides benchmarks for utilities. The 17 respondents in this subsector range in size from about $88 million to $26.8 billion in annual revenue. This category includes gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, pipeline operators, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. [Full Study Description]

    June, 2017

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2016/2017: CHAPTER 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2016/2017: CHAPTER 10: Energy and Utilities Sector Benchmarks

    Chapter 10 provides benchmarks for oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes. The 23 respondents in this subsector include integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, onshore and offshore field services companies, and pipeline operators. The companies in our sample range in size from $87.9 million to more than $23.8 billion in annual revenue. (49 pp., 31 fig) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2016

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2016/2017: CHAPTER 19: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2016/2017: CHAPTER 19: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 19 provides benchmarks for utilities. The 16 respondents in this subsector range in size from $276.5 million to $2.2 billion in annual revenue. This category includes gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, pipeline operators, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. (49 pp., 31 fig.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2016

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2015/2016: CHAPTER 14: Oil and Gas Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2015/2016: CHAPTER 14: Oil and Gas Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 14 provides benchmarks for oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes, based on the most recent three years of survey data. The 20 respondents in this subsector include integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, onshore and offshore field services companies, and pipeline operators. The oil and gas companies in our sample range in size from $300 million to more than $33.9 billion in annual revenue. (48 pp., 28 figs.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2015

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2015/2016: CHAPTER 15: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2015/2016: CHAPTER 15: Utilities Subsector Benchmarks

    Chapter 15 provides benchmarks for utilities across all organization sizes, based on the most recent three years of survey data. This category include gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, pipeline operators, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. The 20 respondents in this subsector range in size from $88 million to $10.9 billion in annual revenue. (48 pp., 28 figs.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2015

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2014/2015: Chapter 14: Oil and Gas Subsector Metrics

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2014/2015: Chapter 14: Oil and Gas Subsector Metrics

    Chapter 14 provides benchmarks for oil and gas producers, service companies, and midstream distributors across all organization sizes, based on the most recent three years of survey data. The 17 respondents in this subsector include integrated energy companies, upstream exploration and production companies, onshore and offshore field services companies, and pipeline operators. For a complete description of all metrics, please see the full study description. (48 pp., 28 figs.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2014

  • IT Spending Benchmarks - IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2014/2015: Chapter 15: Utilities Subsector Metrics

    IT Spending and Staffing Benchmarks 2014/2015: Chapter 15: Utilities Subsector Metrics

    Chapter 15 provides benchmarks for utilities across all organization sizes, based on the most recent three years of survey data. The 19 respondents in this subsector include gas and electric utilities, power transmission distributors, pipeline operators, water and power utilities, and telecommunications service providers. For a complete description of all metrics, please see the full study description. (48 pp., 28 figs.) [Full Study Description]

    June, 2014