Oil & Gas Dashboard Sample
Dundas In Action
Supply and Usage
Retail energy suppliers can stay ahead of demand with visual dashboards that monitor time-of-day usage as well as weekly, daily, and seasonal usage patterns. Matching supply to demand reduces overhead costs for greater operational efficiency.
From equipment monitoring to analyzing market trends, dashboards are a great tool for tracking day-to-day operations in real time. By placing dashboards in a highly visible location (such as an overhead TV or public console), staff will see up-to-date information, react quickly to problems, and have a better understanding of management priorities.
Improve relations with government and environmental organizations, while growing trust in your brand by providing HSE data on your corporate website in an easy to understand, visual format. Satisfy reporting requirements, while reducing recurring costs by creating self-updating dashboards that connect directly to your database.
A dashboard can improve how you report financial and high level operational metrics to your executive team. Visualize your core financial metrics, such as operating revenue, EBITDA, operating expenses and debt/equity ratios in a visual way, showing trends broken down by month, quarter, or year. You can also develop operational reports, including metrics such as lifting costs per BOE, reserve replacement ratio, major safety incidents, and hydrocarbon releases, to give a snapshot of overall business health.
Visualize Such KPIs As:
- Lifting Costs per BOE
- Reserve Replacement Ratio
- Finding & Development Costs per BOE
- Costs of Supply
- Worker Safety Incidents
- Verification Non-Compliances
- Hydrocarbon Releases