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Women v Cancer | Esther’s Charity Bicycle Ride

Our Operations Director, Esther Hayes, has recently returned from a grueling 450km bicycle ride from Vietnam to Cambodia, in which she managed to raise, with her twin sister, over £5,500 for Women v Cancer. In this interview, Esther gives us a glimpse into the stunning journey across two of South East Asia’s most fascinating countries,…

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Dr Peter Black on his Recent Visit to Houston

EnergySys’ Managing Director, Dr Peter Black, was recently in Houston, Texas, seeking to further expand our business there. In this interview, we get the chance to catch up with Peter, learn about our relationships in the USA, and see what exciting things EnergySys have in the pipeline.       Hi Peter. Do you go…

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EnergySys, Now Powered by Amazon Web Services

We are delighted to announce the successful migration of core components of the EnergySys platform to Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is a significant change that offers us the ability to accelerate the pace of development of our platform. Since we created the EnergySys cloud in 2009, we have built and managed our own infrastructure…

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EnergySys Presenting at the ECIM Conference

“After reading over 57 published articles, and numerous websites and thinly-disguised sales pitches, and thinking about the different implementations and products, the conclusion I reached was, in the end, inescapable. Digital oilfield does not exist.”   EnergySys Managing Director, Dr Peter Black, is bringing his much-debated ‘Digital Oilfield: Ten Years On’ paper to ECIM this…

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EnergySys Announce New US Partner

EnergySys Ltd is delighted to announce the next stage of its expansion into the US. The company has just signed a partnership agreement with Pumpjack Online, based in Houston, Texas, and one of the leading production accounting consultancies in the US.

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Transforming software for oil and gas

In my last post, I discussed the origins of our company, what motivated us, and the problems we were trying to address. I discussed our primary driver as the belief that it had to be possible “to do it better.” As the company evolved, nowhere was this need for improvement more evident than in oil and gas software, but the path wasn’t easy.

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