An easy-to-use tool, the diagnostic calculates reliable and comparable G&A cost benchmarks for US domestic exploration and production (E&P) operations—much-needed benchmarks because comparability of publicly available data on G&A is lacking.
The study provides Permian-specific information on approaches used for logistics management as well as comparative peer metrics on truck traffic volume, safety and cost. It also offers qualitative insights around leading practices in handling fresh water needs and water disposal; approaches to overall transportation strategy; and maintaining safety, quality and performance standards with contractors and vendors.
The survey, which targets the upstream oil and gas segment, helps companies understand their adoption of digitization technologies and provides insights around building digital capabilities and organizing for transformation.
The study addresses a number of questions, including:
The study compares the cost and headcount of your Hydrocarbon Management processes (production/revenue accounting and joint venture accounting) to those of peers. It also examines which operating models appear to work best, how well Finance is integrated with other functions such as Land and Operations and compares your Hydrocarbon Management maturity to that of peers.
The study's purpose is to compare the efficiency and effectiveness of your supply chain management function to those of your US onshore peers. The study addresses several questions:
The study provides:
The purpose of this study is to address these and other important questions:
The study focuses on the approaches, practices, challenges and solutions associated with the financial side of fixed asset management (including fixed asset and capital project accounting, as well as tax reporting). How can the industry achieve greater profitability and capital efficiency through integrated fixed asset management? And what are the risks associated with poor fixed asset management?
This is a comprehensive yet easy-to-understand assessment of company performance across all dimensions of capital efficiency, from strategy and governance to capital allocation and execution.
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