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  1. 1. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted brightsolid Tech Trends in Energy October 2015
  2. 2. 22 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Richard Higgs CEO, brightsolid
  3. 3. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Agenda  brightsolid today  Regional data centres  Connectivity  Cloud  PaaS  SaaS
  4. 4. 4 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted brightsolid today  Mission: Technical Innovation with Personal Service (TIPS)  Expanding digital platform business of DC Thomson & Co.  A globally connected cloud hub and regional integrator with the ability to become a virtual systems integrator in the future. A values driven organisation
  5. 5. 5 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted
  6. 6. 6 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Supporting Aberdeen’s agenda  Energy, City and Shire (Food & Drink, Life Sciences, Tourism)  Stopping data leakage  Support Aberdeen as a Living Laboratory of the future  IoT bid: a commitment from the companies here today The importance of regional data centres
  7. 7. 7 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Communications becomes critical  Aberdeen peering centre  Meet me room  Support city wide Wi-Fi  SLA across the UK at 30 milliseconds Assured and efficient Connectivity
  8. 8. 88 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Cloud Hybrid and Syndicated
  9. 9. 9 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Cloud 101
  10. 10. 10Information Classification: Restricted Our Cloud Philosophy We care about and make good use of the geographic location of our Clouds. All our Clouds are at known locations and are as environmentally efficient as possible. The UK is cool. Not all Clouds are created equal. We deploy all services internally prior to release, learning and refining to enable truly deep knowledge. We must represent fantastic value. Return on both cost and operational investment, in addition to our personal values driven approach to customer service. brightsolid security is strong and simple. Security is always at the heart of all that we do. The opportunity is in the revolution of cloud, not the evolution. Revolution is about redeveloping for a cloud first world, not iterating. We embrace commodity cloud wherever appropriate. Commodity doesn’t mean cheap, it means greater economic benefit.
  11. 11. 11 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Cloud Overview Today Dedicated Private Cloud Virtual Private Cloud Two core Cloud capabilities Dedicated Private Cloud Hardware dedicated to specific customer Virtual Private Cloud Hardware shared between multiple customers Software enables virtual tenant boundaries. Both Dedicated and Virtual Private cloud capabilities available on VMware and Hyper-V
  12. 12. 12 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Hybrid Cloud Hybrid Cloud is achieved in any infrastructure which spans two or more of the following: • Customer On-Premises Infrastructure • brightsolid Cloud Platform • Public Cloud Platform Hybrid Cloud empowers our customers by not dictating to them what the best location for their data is, but by enabling them to deploy the best solution for their specific needs. World-class partners. Local experts. Customized cloud. Hybrid Cloud empowers brightsolid by not limiting us to just the services we can provision from our own datacentres, but by enabling us to take advantage of a worldwide network of capability and expertise to deliver best of breed services.
  13. 13. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 13 Hybrid Cloud adoption set to accelerate Decision made by CIOs to adopt hybrid, but often no strategy yet – hence we need to make it simple
  14. 14. 14 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Cloud from a Cost Perspective Get as close as possible to common units of measurement across infrastructure. BYODC Co-lo Managed Hosting Cloud Labour Per Month Per Month Per Month Per Month Power Per Month SW Infrastructure Every month to 3 years Every month to 3 years Every month to 3 years HW Infrastructure Every 3 to 10 years Every 3 to 10 years Per Month Facilities Every 25 years Per Month
  15. 15. 1515 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Software as a Service Update The right choices available in Aberdeen
  16. 16. 16 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Windows Azure Pack Using Dell’s Proven reference Architecture 1. Windows Azure Pack delivers a web portal for VM management in an Azure consistent manner. 2. Allows self management and provisioning of Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks 3. Enables MySQL and MSSQL as a service features 4. LDAP management in the cloud 5. Revolution for applications, through reliable componentry built for the cloud. “We haven’t just built our last infrastructure, we have brought our last application” Full Deployment in Aberdeen by Christmas
  17. 17. 17 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Hybrid is the big trend for the next 12 months at least 1. There is no one best location for all customer data – on premises, private clouds, and public clouds all have their place 2. Management and usage of clouds should be a unified and consistent experience 3. The customer always owns and has full control of their data 4. Hybrid enables the future by creating new development and deployment opportunities Customer Site brightsolid Cloud Public Clouds Consistent Platform
  18. 18. 1818 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Alan Melrose Manager, Energy Voice
  19. 19. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Survey Analysis presented by Alan Melrose In association with
  20. 20. 20 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Background and Context  www.energyvoice.com est. 2012 as a pure play digital B2B publishing product  Audience has grown from a base of 1100 unique visitors to just under 100,000 in 3 years  International audience  Survey undertaken to get an industry view on the next 35 years
  21. 21. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 21
  22. 22. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 22 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% Africa Asia Europe South America Middle East North America 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% • More than 2000 people responded • Equal representation across E&P, OEM, Supply Chain and Financial/Government stakeholders • Operational bias in Europe although representation of all other geographies • Middle to senior management dominance
  23. 23. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 23 • Continued slump in commodity prices • Little signs of near term improvement • Reductions in investment globally • Struggling UKCS economics • Rationalisation of capacity – people, assets, overheads • Uncertainty about the cycle – recovery or further deterioration?
  24. 24. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 24 On a scale of 1-5, how do you view the future of the UK oil and gas industry? 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% very negative negative neutral positive very positive unknown • Sector outlook • Trending towards the negative on general industry outlook • Aberdeen to continue to attract investment, but at reduced levels • Supply chain will be streamlined – more efficient • Innovation and Technology • Tax incentives required to maintain investment • Development of recovery techniques to extend life of the UKCS
  25. 25. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 25 What effect are the changes to be implemented by the OGA going to have on the industry? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Significant Effect Modest Effect Minor Effect No Effect • Career Development • Focus to be given to training and education as opposed to remuneration • Investing ‘through cycle’ and focusing on ‘management’ training • UKCS Interventions • Government needs to develop and commit to UKCS strategy • 80% believe that the OGA will have a minor/modest impact
  26. 26. 26 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Technology Through the Ages  Oil was first discovered in US after rig drilled down 70 feet and came up coated with oil in 1859  Nearly 100 years later the first offshore mobile drilling platform, the Breton Rig 20, made history when it operated in 20ft of water in 1949  The UK North Sea joined the technology race in 1974 when the first oil was produced from Argyll field using the first ever floating production unit.  Today it’s at the forefront of Ultra-deep wells, drilled in water at least 1.5km deep into several more km of rock to the reservoir below. http://www.spe.org/industry/history/timel ine.php
  27. 27. 27 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Fast Forward to 2015  The research was conducted at a time when the industry was grappling with new playing field  Oil price has halved, skimming $40 for the first time in years and overhead had spiked  Plus OGUK found the cost of producing a barrel of oil reached a record high last year, topping out at £18.50  Between 2000 and 2013 oil and gas production grew by 13% and 41% but E&P CAPEX grew soared by 374% to approx $682million  Our respondents reflected this urgency for change and also the role technology will play in securing the North Sea’s future
  28. 28. 28 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Headline Results
  29. 29. 29 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Oil Price Future - 2020 • The majority of respondents (57%) had a positive view of the price per barrel increasing to $60 - $100 in the short to medium term • 38% of both International and UK respondents expect +$100 oil by 2020 • More than 30% of respondents from E&P, OEM and OFS companies expected it to exceed $100 by 2020 • The general forecast from the industry across all four survey’s was that the price per barrel would bounce back but it would take time
  30. 30. 30 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Impact of Reduced Oil Price on R&D • The majority of respondents (66%) believe that there will technological development will be negatively effected by the current oil price • 83% of participants from the key E&P companies agreed that investment had already been affected by market conditions • By comparison 70% of UK respondents believed that investment had been reduced compared to only 56% on International participants – perhaps a reflection of our high cost base
  31. 31. 31 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Impact of an R&D Decrease on Offshore Industry Over Next 5 Years • The overall belief was that the industry was in danger of stagnation in the long term if investment was to decrease • The key belief was that investment has to continue in order to drive better efficiency and to help lower the cost base in the North Sea
  32. 32. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 32 Factors Limiting Technology Implementation (Present Day) • The concept of early adoption (or lack of appetite) was a key theme in the survey; however this was not mirrored by International respondents who were 50% less hesitant to be a first adopter • Again the lack of access to finance leading to a reduction in appetite for R&D was seen as being a risk to the industry
  33. 33. 33 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Factors Limiting Technology Implementation (Next 5 Years) • There was a 10% reduction in those who felt that early adoption would be the main mitigating factor • Is this a reflection of the realisation that in order to drive efficiency and reduce costs new technology adoption will be essential? • Risk of failure is believed to be the highest barrier (almost 40% of all respondents)
  34. 34. 34 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Technology Gaps • Most respondents (46%) believe that recovery rates from existing fields are the strongest driver of technology gaps • Again this seems to be reflective of the high cost base and knowledge that driving efficiencies will be key • The question is how does this work when there is a lack of willingness to adopt new technologies – a challenge to the industry culture?
  35. 35. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 35 Who Should Drive This? • Unsurprisingly most respondents believe that the investment in new technology must be driven from the E&P companies • The role of the OGA was thought to be marginal in this - across the survey’s the role of the OGA was predominately believed to be in influencing Government and fiscal policy rather than the industry itself
  36. 36. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 36 The Benefits of Standardisation • The majority (43%) of respondents have seen little standardisation for new capital equipment • Only 6% believe that the market for new technology has any level of standardisation • However the overwhelming feeling within the industry is that standardisation would have massive economic benefits • However this is a major challenge for the industry which is notorious for lacking collaboration.
  37. 37. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 37 What Will Drive Technology Investment? • Technology is almost entirely seen as a driver of more efficient behaviours • Safety is not a concern which is a reflection of how well the industry has adopted an unparalleled attitude to employee well being in the past 30 years • Unfortunately only a minority of respondents believe that new technology will improve asset life (6%) or new reserves (8%)
  38. 38. 38 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted From Interviews With Leaders “A lot of companies are not going to take risks during a downturn and there’s a big challenge from pitching the idea of a new technology to it being adopted and put into use. A lot of companies are nervous about making that move in the current climate” “Investment in innovation and technology – There’s a problem with lack of innovation, the industry is not bad at bringing in new technology but there is a real problem with innovation” “We are in the business of stimulating technology and access to new reserves and the most attractive aspect of that is how to make money from it. Making money is the whole point of the exercise.” “Not many people want to be the first to move on new technologies in the current environment but there is also an issue with lack of sufficient finance to help get some new technologies off the ground”
  39. 39. 39 Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted Conclusion  This research gave a snapshot of the attitude around technology in the North Sea  While many recognise the critical role of new technology, there is still resistance to early adoption  That change of mind set has to be driven from the E&P companies or it is not believed that change will occur  The future of the North Sea as a viable basin will rely on new technology assisting with improved cost reduction and driving efficiencies
  40. 40. Technical Innovation with Personal Service Information Classification: Restricted 40 Thank You for listening For more information www.brightsolid.com https://www.energyvoice.com/og2050

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