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Petroleum refiners and shippers struggle over marine fuel

Tighter marine pollution regulations force marine-fuel value-chain players to rethink industrial and business models in order to maintain their compet

The marine-fuel sector is facing lower-sulfur-content specifications, with the major change taking place in January 2020.

Oil & gas

America First: carbon emissions go last?

Potential impact of President Trump’s “America First Energy Plan” on the power sector

The Trump administration’s approach to the traditional energy trilemma (the challenge of balancing the goals of cheap, secure and clean energy) appears set to skew heavily towards the low cost and secure aspects of energy supply at the expense of any focus on carbon emissions.
Oil & gas, Utilities & alternative energy

Telecoms & Media executive breakfast event

Launch of annual Arthur D. Little flagship Telecom & Media study in London

On March 31, 2017, Arthur D.

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Creating a Gigabit Society

The role of 5G

In 2016 we commissioned a study that examined how the availability of fibre direct to homes and businesses (FTTH) would help Europe become a Gigabit Society: one where citizens and businesses benefit from widespread connectivity of 1 gigabit per second, low latency and reliable performance1....

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Beyond the best network operations!

How telecom operators can enhance network operations efficiency and customer experience

Current international industry trends predict mid-term reductions of profitability margins for telecom operators, in particularfor mature markets.

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Battery Storage: Still Too Early?

A report by Arthur D. Little

Renewable energy deployment over the last decades has posed unprecedented challenges for the planning and operation of power systems.

Utilities & alternative energy

Major strategic choices ahead of TelCos: Reconfiguring for v

How digitalization will impact telecommunication operators’ configuration

The telecom industry is not in a stable state. In fact, due to the increasingly large strategic and technical option space, we expect operators to become more diverse. Within the next five years, the structure of operators will likely have changed significantly. This makes evaluating them, and...

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Telecom retail & consumer protection

Just a compliance challenge, or a differentiation opportunity?

Telecom players dedicate significant resources to complying with retail & consumer protection (RCP) regulation, having created complex horizontal processes and tools spanning several departments. Despite this, the complexity of the subject and the continuous flow of new rules often translate...

Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Race to Gigabit Fiber

Telecom incumbents pick up pace

1. Fiber (FTTH/B) investments are more common now than ever before
 
Telecommunications, Information technology, Media & Electronics (TIME)

Battery Electric Vehicles vs. Internal Combustion Engine Veh

A United States-Based Comprehensive Assessment

Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) do not consume gasoline or produce tailpipe carbon emissions, placing the promise of an environmentally sustainable driving experience within reach of the average consumer.

Automotive