Global engineering and technical consultancy Vysus Group is partnering with the enterprise data sharing platform SICCAR, to deliver a complete emissions management solution which aims to assist oil & gas operators during the energy transition as well as developers in the renewables sector and beyond.
The service provided by the new partnership, named the Energy Transition Databox, will combine the shared expertise of Vysus Group’s vast knowledge of engineering solutions for use in energy with the capability to quantify, manage, verify and securely share emissions data with relevant stakeholders, through the SICCAR platform.
Emissions data, and in particular Scope Three emissions reporting, is a crucial requirement for oil & gas operators in demonstrating sustainability credentials, however this information is vulnerable to being lost, corrupted, deleted, duplicated and/or altered. The data gathering process can also be complex, encompassing diverse supply chains.
Energy Transition Databox also works with an operator’s existing data reporting systems and is supported by the engineering and environmental management capabilities provided by Vysus Group, itself a licenced provider of the internationally-recognised AA1000AS standard for emissions reporting.
David Clark, CEO at Vysus Group, said: “ESG reporting is critical for ensuring a smooth transition to renewable energy, yet there has been a long-standing vulnerability when it comes to Scope Three, despite accounting for as much as 95% of the entire total of emissions output.
“Through the Energy Transition Databox, operators can be assured that the data they are reporting on and demonstrating is fully accurate. Bringing our decades of energy expertise together with SICCAR’s robust data sharing and protection knowledge will enable companies to produce a completely transparent picture of their emissions at all stages of an energy asset’s lifecycle.”
Dominic McCann at SICCAR added: “When companies share information, they are essentially transacting with the world beyond their own enterprise, yet conventional technology platforms have not incorporated mechanisms to ensure trust in that transaction.
“The Energy Transition Databox is designed to deliver robust security from the very outset, enabling operators to integrate with existing systems and share data in accordance with benchmark standards for energy management.”
Further information is available at https://siccar.net/.
Bringing our decades of energy expertise together with SICCAR’s robust data sharing and protection knowledge will enable companies to produce a completely transparent picture of their emissions at all stages of an energy asset’s lifecycle.