To slash our soaring costs, technology, innovation, standardization, and simplification are critical. But, as important is being able to collaborate with customers in the early stages of a project to make the right decisions, driven by safety and cost. In other words, anticipate, integrate and partner sooner… across the supply chain.
In the short term, we may be able to cut cost by 10, 15 or even 20%. But, in reality, our customers and industry are asking for reductions of 30-40%. It is not just statistics or numbers, though. Change will be driven by behaviors and, just like we collaborated around driving new behaviors around safety, we can partner and do the same for cost.By
Chairman and CEO, Technip
Before joining Technip in 2007, Thierry Pilenko was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of VERITAS DGC, a seismic services company based in Houston. There, he successfully managed the merger of VERITAS with the Compagnie Générale de Géophysique…
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