Recently, Andrew Bruce, Data Gumbo’s Founder and CEO, sat down with Oil & Gas 360 Energy Expert Network to discuss how blockchain technology can save millions of dollars by eliminating friction and reducing transactional costs.
With tangible proof of blockchain’s capabilities and benefits, the energy ecosystem is pivoting to swift adoption to maximize opportunities that the innovative technology affords, including reducing costs and increasing visibility into asset life-cycle tracking and real-time project management.
The construction sector is stuck in a technology rut resulting in hefty inefficiencies. Up to $40 billion dollars are wasted each year due to financial and informational friction between project participants.
This week, Hart Energy published its 2020 Automation & Data Technology Showcase, a special section highlighting the latest products and technologies for upstream oil and gas.
Data Gumbo, the trusted transactional blockchain network for tomorrow’s industrial leaders, was named the winner of a Gold Stevie® Award in the Blockchain Solution category in the 18th Annual American Business Awards® today.
With major oil & gas players revealing programs to cut emissions — like BP publicly pledging to eliminate or offset all emissions by 2050 or other big producers pledging drastically new emission targets — there is little to no information about how these companies intend to achieve these goals.
Data Gumbo’s blockchain-based network, GumboNet™, has been named as an “Intelligent Systems” winner by E&P magazine in their 2020 Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation (MEAs).
After expanding into the Asian market last month, a Houston blockchain startup has grown its C-suite with the addition of a chief commercial officer to lead its sales team.
Data Gumbo announced today that it has hired Bill Arend as Chief Commercial Officer to lead its growing sales team.