Innovation is Driving Growth in the Oil and Gas Sector

Oil and gas companies running on a cloud platform have a competitive advantage that differentiates them not just in terms of reduced hardware and support costs, but from the transformative change that results in operational efficiencies.

Our cloud readiness offerings will help determine whether a cloud solution makes sense for your business. We will:

  • Conduct an on-premises vs. SaaS comparison including application roadmaps
  • Prepare a high-level look at current- and future-state business processes
  • Show 5-year total cost of ownership, including ROI from business transformational opportunities
  • Demonstrate migration time to value and deployment strategies

Proven Methodologies and Results

Once it’s determined that a move to Oracle Cloud is a strategic imperative, we will assess your current applications and processes and help create a roadmap to get you to your ideal future state in the cloud.

We’ll then use our proprietary tools and programs to quickly evaluate current customizations and application configurations to determine whether they can be replaced by standard Oracle Cloud features. These include:


  • Speed to Value
  • Readiness Workshop

Proprietary Tools (Examples)

  • Python Integration Engine
  • CEMLI Audit Tool
  • Business Process Design Program

More Than 20 years of Oil and Gas Industry Experience

We’re committed to helping you improve operational efficiency while promoting cost efficiencies and reducing risk.

The combined strength of our Oracle Cloud and management consulting practices provides a unique blend of technology and implementation expertise that positions us to deliver finance, business analytics, and supply chain management transformation.

We have helped many oil and gas clients successfully move to Oracle Cloud, including:

  • A $5B oilfield services company, consolidating multiple ERP platforms
  • A $6B oil refinery migrating from large on-premises platforms to Oracle EPM Cloud in order to automate the financial close, consolidations, and reconciliation processes
  • A global energy company with a ROI-driven cloud deployment under a hybrid model that integrates back to on-premises applications

Defining supply chain processes and evaluating Oracle readiness

SGCE was preparing to open its first production facility and needed assistance defining its supply chain management (SCM) processes and ensuring that its Oracle system was capable of executing all required operations. ​


  • Interviewed key stakeholders to understand the end-to-end manufacturing operation and supporting SCM activities​
  • Created Oracle training guides and standard operating procedures to guide users through the operations​
  • Created a list of recommended enhancements for a future phase, prioritized based upon their levels of effort and levels of benefit​​


  • SGCE felt confident in its ability to move forward with the plant opening, and clearly understood what additional system enhancements would be helpful going forward​

Oracle Cloud provides the ability to scale with growth

A divestiture from a $75B publicly traded oil and gas pipeline company, Midcoast Energy had antiquated and non-standard business processes that could not scale with growth. Facing an expensive ERP platform upgrade without any business transformational benefits, the company determined a cloud-based platform would provide a strategic advantage.


  • Implemented Oracle ERP Cloud Financials, Oracle SCM Cloud Procurement, and Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud
  • Embedded best practices accelerated deployment to support growth and ease integration with legacy pipeline systems


  • Enhanced project billing controls and collection processes
  • Streamlined procure-to-pay with approval controls and supplier management
  • De-customization from a highly customized platform with simplified and flexible integrations with billing and other systems

Reconciliation compliance with Oracle ARCS improves efficiencies and speeds close

Month-end close was a challenging spreadsheet-driven process. The legacy process wasn’t scalable for the world leader in industrial gases, technologies, and services for industry and health. Air Liquide wanted to automate reconciliation functions to optimize workflow and to reduce the risk inherent in manual processes.


  • Implemented Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud Service (ARCS)
  • Ability to define automatic reconciliation rules based on filters defined by Air Liquide


  • 66% of the reconciliations are now automated
  • Fully automated data load processes
  • Real-time metrics into process
  • Automated role-based workflow approval process
  • Visibility into bottlenecks impeding progress

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