Resilience in the chaos

Digital technology emerged at the forefront of the oil and gas industry during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure productivity and efficiencies were maintained. Denver explains what this has achieved.

During the past year, the oil and gas industry faced some of the biggest challenges in its history, including being forced to work remotely and manage increasing safety demands.

Now a year into these new ways of working, Denver’s head of digital execution Simon Charewicz emphasises how productivity and resilience are keys to surviving the impacts of COVID-19. 

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