Capital Projects: We help clients deliver world-class projects that yield maximum return on invested capital.
Digital & Afacned Analytics: We help oil and gas companies achieve step-change transformations in operations and business outcomes through digital strategies.
Downstream: We help clients navigate today’s high-paced and interconnected markets with deep industry experience, rigorous analytics.
Global Gas: We help gas companies create distinctive outcomes across the energy value chain and in every region.
Organization: We help oil and gas companies engineer their organization for success through our unique combination of deep industry knowledge.
Strategy: We help oil and gas companies develop strategies to pursue growth and create value in an uncertain and volatile environment.
Unconventionals: We help clients optimize their businesses to capture the potential of tight gas, shale gas, and light tight oil.
The oil and gas industry is grappling with a range of complex challenges: energy transition, increasingly volatile oil prices, intensified global competition, the rise of disruptive technologies, and more sophisticated government regulations. These factors increase the complexity and risks for even the best-run firms. That’s why GSI is embracing new digital business models and an adaptive strategy, helping companies rise above industry perils to outflank competitors and thrive in the years ahead. Through digital technologies and advanced analytics, the pursuit of strategic insights, and deep experience and expertise, GSI’s oil and gas consulting delivers lasting change to clients around the globe.
After a long period of general stability, power and utility companies entered a time of significant change and uncertainty—beginning in 2010. Challenges include new and more stringent regulations, new forms of competition (even for regulated utilities), and questions about the best ways for power and gas grids to integrate conventional and renewable supplies. At the same time, digital is transforming how utilities serve customers, identify market opportunities, and plan for long-term growth. To thrive in this environment, utilities must reexamine and, in many cases, transform their business models.