EnergySys Welcome Santos to the Platform
Edinburgh, UK: EnergySys Limited, the oil and gas cloud technology pioneer, is delighted to announce that Santos Limited is the latest oil and gas company to select the innovative EnergySys Cloud Platform to manage its production data.
The agreement sees Santos use EnergySys to deliver hydrocarbon accounting and production reporting for their operated assets at GLNG in Queensland and the Cooper Basin. EnergySys also processes Santos’ non-operated assets in Darwin and Western Australia.
Work began immediately on an implementation carried out by Elite Energy Consultants, an EnergySys Platinum partner. The delivery of all assets, and the complete replacement of an existing legacy solution, will be finalised in under 10 months.
Considered an energy pioneer, Santos is one of the leading independent oil and gas producers in the Asia-Pacific region. Founded in 1954, Santos now has one of the largest exploration and production acreages in Australia, a significant and growing footprint in Papua New Guinea and a strategic infrastructure position. Santos is well positioned to benefit from the growing global demand for natural gas – an affordable, reliable and cleaner source of energy.
Dr Peter Black, Managing Director, EnergySys, said: “We are delighted to welcome Santos to the EnergySys Cloud, and I look forward to building on a really great relationship. The quick deployment across their diverse assets is an excellent example of the flexibility of the EnergySys Cloud Platform combined with the Elite skillset. Because the system is configured, not programmed, it means the Santos team don’t require specialist skills to maintain the system: they will manage everything in-house, giving them complete control.”
EnergySys is redefining the energy software market, beginning with Hydrocarbon Accounting, disrupting the status quo and focusing on the generation of real business value. This is software as it should be: simple, effective, and continually evolving.
As the first truly cloud-native platform for Hydrocarbon Accounting, the EnergySys Cloud Platform helps maximise the potential of oil and gas businesses, allowing them to respond quickly and effectively in a constantly-changing industry. Because it’s configurable, not programmable, the EnergySys Cloud Platform gives users the power to add applications and make changes without the need for time-consuming programming or expensive IT projects. It can be implemented up to 75% faster than traditional systems, with seamless data load, automatic updates and no software installation required.
The result? A flexible, powerful and elegant tool that puts users in complete control, helping companies make the right decisions based on accurate data. Users can import diverse data, access from anywhere in the world, and visualise their data with sophisticated ad-hoc reporting.
EnergySys is recognised as the ideal solution 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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