The energy and utility industry is looking for advanced solutions to get actionable insights. The industry is undergoing major transformation with the advent of smart sensors, smart meters, and IoT-based technologies. The industry generates huge chunks of data from oil wells, utility grids, gas grids, smart grids, and other sensors. Industrial data includes data obtained from RFIDs, sensors, Rich Site Summary (RSS) feeds, smart meters, and smart grids. Industrial analytics can be used in energy and utility firms to implement protective measures for equipment maintenance, real-time customer billing, and provisioning and management of field services. It is very important to monitor field assets such as oil fields, equipment, and power generation stations continuously to avoid major operational breakdown. If companies in this vertical do not react to critical operational events in real-time, they will incur a heavy loss. Therefore, companies in this vertical require industrial analytics to analyze and act on business events whenever they occur. In addition, companies in these industries face challenges such as rising cost of operations, changing regulatory policies, environmental concerns, and increasing consumer expectations. Such challenges are driving these industries to adopt industrial analytics to gain insights and secure market competitiveness, increase energy competitiveness, improve energy efficiency, manage risks, and lower operational costs.