Andy Bose, VP & GM, Oil, Platts
Joe Held, CIO, Platts
Pinned to the wall in the New York office of Platts, a global provider of energy and commodities information, is a faded photocopy of an Oil gram published on June 9, 1923.
Marc DeNarie, CIO, NaturEner USA
Today, Saas, IaaS, PaaS, DaaS, DRaaS has become commonplace for an IT executive to outsource a wide range of services to the cloud to reduce costs and complexity. Software, Infrastructure
Jamie Cutler, CIO, QEP Resources
In the last year the landscape for technology in a board meeting has gone from discussions around system implementations and data management to preventing the potential loss of hundreds of millions of dollars in a cyber-breach.
Bill Miller, CIO, EMS USA, Inc.
In the first half of this decade, with oil prices far higher than they are now, energy companies invested massively in new projects.
Jerry Sullivan, VP, IT & CIO at OUC, The Reliable OneTM
The energy industry is meeting an immense precipice with the advent of ‘Smart Grid’ technology and all the information it generates.
Alberto Ruocco, VP and CIO, American Electric Power
Becky Moehring, Director of Analytics Services, American Electric Power
The time had come: ‘Show me the value of big data’ was the message from our COO to the information technology and business unit teams.
Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG
In 2012, Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey and PSEG hard. Tens of thousands of utility lines were downed by trees, 2,400 utility poles were damaged, thousands of gas meters were flooded and power plants saw water rise well above historic levels,...
Benjamin Beberness, CIO, Snohomish PUD
Cyber security and integration of information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) are two challenges for the utility industry.
Patrick Ciganer, CIO, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
The past decade has brought more significant transformational and disruptive change to the information management and technology environment than has been seen since the advent of the personal computer in the 1970s.
Dan Rainey, CIO, City of Detroit
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) has provided drinking water and wastewater collection services to the city of Detroit for the past 180 years.