Leading energy into the future

For today's leaders, energy is at the top of the agenda. There are worries about access to resources, rising petro-nationalism, threats to supply, increasing fuel prices, problems in electricity and gas markets, re-assessment of coal for power generation, the challenges of global warming and renewables, and the re-emergence of nuclear power.

Realign Vision

Faced with rapid changes in energy markets you are probably being forced to re-think your business model, your position in the energy value chain and your carbon footprint. We'll use a range of approaches to help you create a vision and strategy that sets you on the road to enhanced profitability: Corporate and [...]

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Viewpoints01 December 2017

LNG still in transit

Change continues in the LNG industry, but the pace is evolution, not revolution

Several key disruptions have put the LNG industry in a very different situation than was expected 10 years ago. There are new types of players in the market, spot-trading volumes have increased, and global prices have converged. But much [...]

Viewpoints30 October 2017

“E-lectric” customers

Understanding customers’ online engagement with their power and gas utilities: The case of Spain

&quot;Utilities, brace for the online impact.&quot;<br />The shift to online channels has long since ceased to be a current topic among companies in retail and banking, for example. These companies have redefined the customer relationship [...]

Viewpoints04 October 2017

Economic Impact on Europe of the Nord Stream 2 project

Analysis of effects on job creation and GDP

The objective of the ADL study, commissioned by Nord Stream 2, is to understand the direct, indirect and induced effects of Nord Stream 2, a major natural gas infrastructure project that aims to build a pipeline system with 55 bcm per year [...]

Viewpoints03 October 2017

In praise of perpetuity

National oil companies manifesto

Perpetuity is every national oil company’s mission. Their articles of incorporation proclaim that they must toil for future generations. While international operators can wander from one country to the next according to the circumstances [...]

Press Releases04 October 2017

Arthur D. Little analyzes economic benefits and job market impact of Nord Stream 2

London, 4 October, 2017 – A recent report from Arthur D. Little (ADL) – “The economic impact to Europe of the Nord Stream 2 Project” – analyzes the economic effects (job creation and GDP) of the ongoing project to build two new [...]

Press Releases04 June 2013

Arthur D. Little: E&P companies need to improve technology strategies and strengthen technology management processes to increase business performance

Mid-sized E&P companies can achieve better business performance through improved technology practices and stronger technology management processes, according to Arthur D. Little’s latest viewpoint “Technology Applications in Mid-Sized [...]

Press Releases17 July 2012

Arthur D. Little highlights a better organizational form to support the energy industry’s technology environment

Companies are under increasing pressure to deploy their best available technological capabilities, in order to maximize recovery and efficiency, while at the same time minimizing costs and strengthening their safety records. Arthur D. [...]

Press Releases16 August 2010

Does the government have the political will to change direction on UK energy policy? asks Arthur D. Little

Central to the government’s target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 34 per cent below their 1990 levels by 2020 are the increase in the proportion of electricity generated from renewable sources, and energy efficiency measures. In [...]