Add Energy secures a 3-year environmental management software deal with Neptune Energy

Add Energy, the international energy consultancy and software provider has secured a 3-year contract with Neptune Energy for the provision of their environmental management software, NEMS Accounter and NEMS Panorama.

 Photo: Polar Media

Photo: Polar Media

The contract will provide the independent oil and gas exploration and production company with access to Add Energy’s HSE solutions. Having access to this software will not only allow Neptune Energy to ensure their operations are compliant with environmental regulations, but it will also provide consistent and efficient HSE reporting from each of their global operating assets to help the operator achieve environmental excellence.

Neptune Energy is 1 of 30 operators who have embedded Add Energy’s HSE software into their environmental management strategy. In 2014, Neptune Energy in the UK and Norway began using the NEMS software and due to the efficiencies and subsequent cost saving associated with simplified and automated reporting, the operator signed NEMS as their chosen environmental management portal for all of their operating assets globally.


Tom Dagstad, Executive Vice President of Environmental Solutions at Add Energy commented: “We are proud to have been awarded the extended global contract with Neptune Energy.


Our successful relationship over the past 4 years is set to continue with expanded geographical and product scope, as we plan to continue delivering excellent value for money for our client”.


NEMS Overview:

 Implementing NEMS Solution

Implementing NEMS Solution

With access to the corporate environmental reporting software - NEMS Panorama, Neptune Energy will be able to run reports, benchmark and analyse environmental data at the click of a button which they can share with both internal and external stakeholders.


NEMS Accounter will help the operator comply with environmental regulations through automated data gathering and calculation methods for the emissions and discharges of their operations.