ZEMA for in-depth
ZEMA for in-depth
Big Schedule for Big Data

By: Serge Vinokour | Date: March 31, 2016

This article is the introductory part of the Big Schedule Optimization series addressing concerns of Big Data collection processes. In most cases, analytical tools assume that the data is already collected, unified and stored in a database. Business Intelligence (BI) systems ... Read more »

The Year-end Review and Future Projections: Awaiting More Synergy between the Energy Sector and IT

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: January 07, 2016

Lacking originality, we are closing 2015 with the yearly review and endeavored predictions of the near future; this time however, we will look at the energy sector in conjunction with data business and software solutions. The energy sector has been ... Read more »

Data Security + Data Surveillance = More Data Business

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: November 03, 2015

In today’s fast paced business environment, risk is everywhere and data security is rapidly changing. However, few things remain unchanged: hackers will create more sophisticated scripts to get around your security fortresses trying to steal your identity, money, and corporate ... Read more »

Weighing the Options: Build an Internal EDM System or Get ZEMA

By: ZE PowerGroup Inc. | Date: September 03, 2015

The Role of Enterprise Data Management in Energy and Commodities Industries   Many large integrated oil and natural gas firms, commodity firms, and power utilities rely on an Enterprise Data Management (EDM) system to acquire the data required for their trade and ... Read more »

Natural Gas Coasts Along, while Other Energy Markets Test Rollercoasters

By: Olga Gorstenko | Date: August 04, 2015

I do not recall more confusion and misalignment in the energy sector as is happening now. Any correlation and interdependency that existed previously among oil, coal, natural gas, and electricity markets seem to have evaporated; a multiplicity of independent events ... Read more »

Tesla and the Shift in Power: Part 2 – How Powerpack and Powerwall batteries will amplify the need for data management

By: Jay Jameson | Date: June 30, 2015

Alongside hyperloops, rockets, and luxury electric vehicles, the Tesla Powerwall battery isn’t exactly the most sensational technology for which Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, has made headline news recently. Nonetheless, Powerwall has the potential to become Musk’s ... Read more »

Tesla and the Shift in Power: Part 1 – What Powerwall batteries could mean for energy consumers

By: Jay Jameson | Date: June 01, 2015

On April 30, 2015, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, took to the stage amidst cheering and rock music to announce, in his words, a “fundamental transformation of how the world works, how energy is delivered across the ... Read more »

 Effective Date: June 01, 2015

Price Reporting Assessments, Agencies, and Increased Asian Oil Consumption

By: Gillian Dunks | Date: April 28, 2015

Sales and purchases of varied commodities affect each country in the world, but few commodities have a global impact greater than that of oil. Price reporting agencies (PRAs) monitor the global oil industry carefully, producing price assessments which are meant ... Read more »

 Effective Date: April 28, 2015

Why Is Crisis so Paramount?

By: Aiman El-Ramly | Date: April 01, 2015

As the first quarter of 2015 draws to a close, we are beginning to get used to the concept of cheap oil. The question on everyone’s minds, of course, is how long it will last. March has seen the lowest ... Read more »

The Seven Ages of Oil Part 2: Boom and Bust, War and Peace, Growth and Decline

By: Aiman El-Ramly | Date: March 04, 2015

Part Two of Two: The Seven Ages Continued In Part One of our feature story from last month, we covered the first four of the “seven ages of oil.” 1859-1870: Illumination Births an Industry 1870-1911: Rockefeller Creates the Multinational Oil Standard 1911-1921: A Pax ... Read more »

 

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