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Improve efficiency, outpace competitors and drive growth with solutions from IHS Markit. We combine information, analytics and expertise to help you see why things happen and focus on what matters. That's why 50,000+ organizations, including 80% of the Fortune Global 500, rely on our insights.LEARN MORE
5G: Clarity, impact and potential
5G wireless technology has arrived, and it’s not just about speed. To provide you with a larger picture of the 5G landscape, IHS Markit has put together a complimentary overview of what 5G is, what challenges remain, and why there’s so much excitement about the future of 5G networks.DOWNLOAD WHITEPAPER
Access IHS Markit Upstream Insight when you want it, wherever you want
IHS Markit now offers the Upstream Energy industry a Connect™ preview site for immediate access to a hand-selected stream of upstream insight content and expertise.PREVIEW
Venezuela Oil Production – "Terrible and getting worse"
Watch IHS Markit vice chairman Daniel Yergin’s oil markets interview on Bloomberg TV, where he discusses Venezuela, Iran, the future of U.S. shale and more.WATCH VIDEO
Advancing innovation in clean energy
A new report, led by U.S. Secretary of Energy and Energy Futures Initiative founder Ernest J. Moniz and IHS Markit vice chairman Daniel Yergin, evaluates ways to maintain US leadership in clean energy innovation by better aligning the policies, players and programs that will drive technologies that can keep the nation globally competitive.DOWNLOAD REPORT
Get strategic insight into transformative technologies
Digital Orbit, our new executive briefing, helps you proactively manage your technology investment decisions. Visualize whether key technologies—such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, video everywhere, blockchain and the cloud—are ready for adoption in your industry, and understand their potential impact.LEARN MORE
Are you ready for IMO 2020?
The International Marine Organization’s (IMO) regulation aimed at cleaning marine fuel by reducing the permissible amount of sulfur to 0.50% will take effect on 1 January 2020. IHS Markit has the tools to help professionals in shipping, energy, investment and trading prepare for this transition.LEARN MORE