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Trying to find the colors suitable for a Oil and Gas Web App

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Am designing a Web app for a Oil/Gas data product. Would really appreciate suggestions on colors to use.
How's this?

For Oil/Gas I think a balance of grays(some very dark) + accents of white and 1or 2 blue highlights.

I did a palette I think would work called "Hard at Work". Let me know if this works for you.

Good luck with your site.
I'd go for simple colors. Functionality is what's most important for this app.
Agreeing with magentasecret. Don't try too hard - oil and gas is a very practical, every day product. I recommend simple, strong color combos like sky blue & a shade of gray, or light-red and gold for example.
Really interesting !!!
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