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Servitisation fuelling change

HEGE Wroldsen, director of IFS’ Centre for Excellence for Oil and Gas, writes for <i>Energy News</i> how bundling packages to add value is back in vogue and is fuelling change in the oil and gas sector, including data-driven drilling and condition-based maintenance.

Hege Wroldsen
 Hege Wroldsen.

Hege Wroldsen.

The concept of servitisation is not a new phenomenon. The term was formally defined in the 1980s, but its essence - bundling service packages with products to add value - goes back several decades earlier,...

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