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EnergySys Global Agreement with BP America


Edinburgh, UK: Oil and gas cloud technology pioneer, EnergySys, is delighted to announce the first implementation under their global agreement with BP America for the supply of hydrocarbon accounting systems, has gone live.

The agreement was signed in June 2017 and work began immediately to deliver a new hydrocarbon accounting system to BP Lower 48, one of America's largest natural gas producers. 

The deployment provides hydrocarbon accounting for approximately 10,000 onshore gas and liquid wells over six operating areas in North America. It was delivered from start to full implementation in under six months, with a team of two from EnergySys and part-time support from the client's team of three.  

While wholly owned by BP, the Lower 48 business began operating as a separate entity in 2015 in order to become more competitive in a rapidly changing exploration and production environment.

Their traditional production data management system was costly to run and support, and was ill-suited to the highly dynamic business model in BP Lower 48. The EnergySys platform offered a high performance, flexible alternative that could be implemented within an extremely tight deadline.

Dr Peter Black, Managing Director, EnergySys, said: “We are delighted to welcome BP Lower 48 to the EnergySys platform, and this marks the beginning of a great relationship. Our cloud solution compliments their high-performance culture based on innovation, empowerment and accountability, and provides a unique combination of configurability and power, at a compelling price point. We are very much looking forward to assisting them into the next phase of growth."

A BP Lower 48 project manager stated: "I couldn't be more pleased with our decision to implement EnergySys. The cloud-based platform and flexible interface is exactly what we needed to keep up with our dynamic operating teams. The EnergySys team performed remarkably during a tight integration timeline.  And since then, they've been there whenever we've needed any help.  Their direct and immediate support model truly sets them apart. "

EnergySys has been delivering services to the oil and gas industry for over fifteen years. It is a pioneer in the provision of cloud services for the industry, and is a market leader in its field. 

The EnergySys standard platform is completely configurable, which creates a perfect environment for data management and reporting of complex or non-standard assets. Everything, including the way data is imported and stored, and all business logic, can be configured and extended by the end user, without the need for specialist programing skills. EnergySys is recognised as the best and most economic option for enterprises that require a secure, flexible system that can accommodate rapid change. It can provide a return on investment in weeks or months, not years. 


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