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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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OTC 2016

We’re attending the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) at NRG Park in Houston from 2nd – 5th May 2016. You can find us in the NRG Centre, on the SDI Scottish Pavilion (booth #2063). With more than 90,000 professionals from 120+ countries, OTC provides an opportunity for energy professionals to meet and exchange ideas and opinions…

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PNEC 2016

The Petroleum Network Education Conference (PNEC) couldn’t have come at a more interesting time, when technology is fast becoming the only way to achieve improvements in performance. According to the “2016 Upstream Oil and Gas Digital Trends Survey”, carried out by Accenture and Microsoft, 80% of upstream oil and gas companies plan to spend more (36%), or…

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Premier Selects EnergySys for Production Accounting

We have been delivering services from the cloud since 2009, making us the first cloud-platform-based company to cater specifically for the agile oil and gas industry. PAS is one of a range of innovative apps that are revolutionising the way oil and gas companies work, by providing an end-to-end solution for Production Allocation and Production Reporting.

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EnergySys Announce Hybrid and Private Cloud Option

EnergySys is pleased to announce we’ve added a new Hybrid and Private Cloud option.

We’ve been delivering services from the cloud since 2009, and in the past six years we have developed significant expertise in this area. Our cloud platform for Production Allocation and Production Reporting is used across the globe, and demonstrates the power of the cloud in reducing costs, accelerating deployment, and increasing value.

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Conferences and meaningless PowerPoint usage

An article on open source tools to “make your presentations pop” intrigued me initially, then bemused me, then annoyed me. Ignoring for a moment the desirability or otherwise of having presentations that “pop”, the bemusement came from the realisation that the entire focus of the article was on creating effects and transitions, and absolutely nothing about content. The annoyance began when I realised that several of the oil and gas conferences I’ve attended recently have implicitly taken the same approach, focussing on presentation over content.

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