With over $5 billion invested into E&P technologies, the upstream oil and gas sector emerges as a hot spot for start-ups

Exploration and production has been traditionally regarded as a mature, conservative industry hesitant to implement emerging technologies. Recently, the industry has been experiencing unprecedented levels of technology driven investment. We tracked 410 representative venture and growth equity fun...

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