97% Of Oil And Gas CEOs Say New Tech Creates Opportunity, But Many Unprepared To Actively Disrupt

97% Of Oil And Gas CEOs Say New Tech Creates Opportunity, But Many Unprepared To Actively Disrupt

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HOUSTON — Despite the rapid speed of technology and innovation pressuring the industry, oil and gas CEOs see technological disruption as more of an opportunity than a threat but acknowledge that more work is to be done. Eighty-five percent of oil and gas CEOs report they’re piloting AI or have already…

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