With the latest release of their ENERGYSYS product, EnergySys Limited are leading the On Demand revolution in the oil and gas industry. ENERGYSYS transforms not only the way production reporting and hydrocarbon allocation systems are built, but the way they are deployed and used.
There’s no longer any need to create endless specifications of systems or procure endless hours of bespoke development. Customers can use the simple web interface to configure their own system, without the need for specialist skills. Continue reading “A Revolution in Production Reporting and Hydrocarbon Allocation Systems”
EnergySys are proud to announce that Oracle Magazine has chosen Mr David Ufton, Senior Software Guru and Ace Thespian, as XML Developer of the Year in their fifth annual Editors Choice awards. David has been a leader in the development of the GAMMA hydrocarbon accounting framework, the first semantic web application specifically targeted at the oil and gas industry. Continue reading “David Ufton Awarded XML Developer of the Year by Oracle”
EnergySys, the world-class Commercial Operations product developed by EnergySys, has successfully completed the first year of operation on the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, resulting in the award of the continued Support and Maintenance contract for the system. The Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline Company Limited (BTC), a joint venture company whose major shareholder is BP Continue reading “EnergySys Awarded Support Contract for the Commercial Operations System for Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Oil Pipeline”
EnergySys Limited has been awarded a contract for the supply of the Hydrocarbon Accounting System for the South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP) by the South Caucasus Pipeline Company Limited operated jointly by BP and Statoil as part of the Shah Deniz gas and condensate development project. The system provides services for the Shah Deniz field but the majority of the functionality services the South Caucasus Pipeline Company (SCPC) Limited Continue reading “Strategic Azerbaijan Contract Win for EnergySys”