Add Energy wins new contracts with tailor-made QHSE technology
Add Energy, an international energy consultancy and software provider has recently secured work with three operators in the North Sea for the provision of Environmental Management and Reporting Software (NEMS Accounter).
The three software as a service contracts, which each run for one year with options for renewal, will provide the operators with an efficient and bespoke online environmental accounting and management system.
NEMS Accounter has been developed to help ensure environmental compliance in regions with the strictest environmental regulations and will provide the three operators with a cost efficient, and improved method for managing environmental effects that adhere to environmental legislation.
The innovative system has been built by a team of industry experts with over 25 years of knowledge in managing and quantifying emissions, discharges and waste from the upstream oil and gas industry.
Using cloud based technology, the software is readily available on demand with no installation or set up costs required, allowing the software to be fully operational from day one with the ability to be scaled up for growing operations. This is further supported with continuous development and investment from Add Energy that enables operators to subscribe to a solution that is always compliant with ever-changing demands and requirements of the fast-paced industry.
Tom Dagstad, Senior Vice President of Environmental Solutions at Add Energy said: “We are proud to have been awarded these contracts on the UK continental shelf. With these contracts, we strengthen our position as the preferred supplier of environmental software solutions for oil and gas operators.
“Having these new clients onboard means that we will enhance our software development efforts for the UK market. This will result in innovative updates and valuable capabilities being implemented into the software for both new and existing clients in the UK, and ultimately an even more optimised solution.”
These latest contract wins and the subsequent increase in the number of clients in the UK, means that Add Energy is now looking to grow its team in Aberdeen and Norway.