Essays on BOKO/G Plc Company - Integration of Smart Glass Devices Case Study

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The paper "BOKO/G Plc Company - Integration of Smart Glass Devices" is an outstanding example of a business case study.   BOKO/G Plc Company still remain one of the largest company in the United Kingdom in the exploration and production of oil and gas. However, with the competition in the energy sector rising and many companies coming up, there is a need to incorporate new technologies in the operation of the company. Smart glass devices are one of the new technologies industries in the exploration and production of oil and gas use to enhance their production.

However, there is a lot of resources needed by the companies in order to implement the technology into their products especially in terms of skills and knowledge. This paper gives how the use of smart glass device is likely to enhance revenue generated by BOKO/G Plc Company. Analysis of the market, human resources, technical resource and financial feasibility is done in order to assess how the new technology can be incorporated. Integration of Smart Glass Devices 1.0 Introduction BOKO/G plc is one of the leading oil-producing company based in London and Iran with operation in over 17 countries and territories in the world.

It has more than 37,500 employees and ranked among the fortune 500 companies in the world. This business plan intends to give a road for the possible large scale production of gas by BOKO/G plc through the use of smart glass devices in different parts of the world. As the issue of climate change becoming one of the major concern for both oil and gas exploration and production companies and government, ways of limiting the amount of emitted greenhouse gas are critical.

Currently, major companies concentrate on oil and gas exploration and production with only small companies left with the role of producing the gas. As a result of this, different customers from various parts of the world do not get the gas and instead use oil as the major source of energy (Phillips, Stone, and Phillips, 2001). The use of smart glass devices in the mining of oil and gas is becoming of great use by most of the big energy companies. BOKO/G plc as such can take advantage of implementing this plan into action.

Through the incorporation of smart glass devices in the mining of major sources of energy, BOKO/G plc is likely to capture over 8% of the total market in the next three years of the implementation. This business plan looks at the market, technical, financial and human resource feasibility and gives ways of how best the project can be undertaken (Vincenzini, In Righini, International Conference on "Smart Materials, Structures, and And Systems" 2008). 2.0 Market Feasibility BOKO/G plc is one of the largest company dealing with oil and gas exploration and production.

Based in London (European headquarter) and Iran (The Middle East headquarter), the company operate in more than 17 countries and territories in the world. BOKO/G plc generated over $82.6 million for 2015-2016 financial year. Though the market for oil and gas exploration and production is becoming more competitive with some more coming up, concentrations of BOKO/G Plc Company in the production of gas which is more environment-friendly will see it increase its market share to over 8% in the first three years of implementation.

Drawing its customers from over 17 countries and territories of its operation, BOKO/G plc need to look for a better technology of enhancing its gas production in large to meet the need of the growing customers. With the government regulation on the use of oil as the major source of energy in different parts of the world, more customers are likely to be registered by BOKO/G Plc Company over the world (Vittas and World Bank 2000).

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