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Case Study for Exxonmobil

ExxonMobil has been in existence for over a hundred years and is the world’s largest company that is publicly traded and operates in the integrated petroleum and natural gas industry. The organization operates facilities around the world and explores for oil and natural gas in all six continents around the world. The organization leads the industry in every aspect of energy and petrochemicals.

Further it has taken an active role in exploring for new sources of energy to help meet the increased demand for energy in the past few years. ExxonMobil is a leader in the research and development of new energy sources and technologies in response to the needs of the depleting resources, climate change, environment concerns and rising energy costs that have plagued the industry in the past few years. Click here to learn more on Exxonmobil

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Case Study for Alexander Petroleum

In 2005, Alexander Petroleum became concerned at the growing number of speeding exceptions and the high levels of fuel consumption they were seeing in their fleet of fuel tankers. As a result they introduced driver best practice systems to see if they could improve the performance of the company. The system had four components comprising:…
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Case Study on Beacon Minerals Limited

Beacon Minerals Limited (“Beacon” or “the Company”) announced on the 24 November 2011 that it had submitted to the Department of Mines and Petroleum in Western Australia (“DMP”) a Mining Proposal for the Halleys East resource located at its Barlee Gold Project, 200 kilometres north of Southern Cross. Click here to read more…

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Halliburton Case Study

Halliburton, one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the petroleum and energy industries, prides itself on having knowledgeable, well-trained employees to help drive revenues and increase shareholder value. The company’s integrated products and services add value through the entire oil and gas lifecycle starting with exploration and development, moving through production, operations, maintenance, conversion and refining, to infrastructure and finally abandonment.

Halliburton was faced with the challenge of implementing global SAP training prior to a new version of the software being implemented enterprise-wide. The company was tasked with training thousands of employees to prepare for the rollout in just a matter of months. In addition, before the training could be provided to everyone, Halliburton had only three weeks to get 1,000 process experts updated and prepared to train 13,000 employees worldwide. Click here to read more…

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Reliance ADAG Case Study

In August 2009, the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (Reliance ADAG) launched an advertising campaign comprising a series of print advertisements alleging that the policies of the Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas had favored Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) at the cost of the profits of state-owned National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and the government.

The controversial ads prompted RIL and the government to react. Media experts felt that Reliance ADAG had taken corporate lobbying to a new level by engaging various stakeholders in a debate over the gas price formula. They felt that Reliance ADAG might have set a new trend for other companies to emulate. Click here to read more…

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