Score and asset55 announce pioneering collaboration

To transform how industry manages emissions

Trevor Fleming, an Operations Manager for Score and Les Bartlett, Global Development Lead at asset55.

Trevor Fleming, an Operations Manager for Score and Les Bartlett, Global Development Lead at asset55.

Score Group, a global valve specialist, has announced a pioneering collaboration with the leading software technology company asset55. The collaboration focuses on the enhancement of Score’s Emissions Elimination Program (EEP) through integration with asset55’s ‘Operate’ digital platform.

Drawing on four decades of experience, Score’s EEP is a comprehensive solution designed to reduce operators’ environmental footprint and help them achieve their sustainability goals through the detection and mitigation of emissions. It aims to ensure regulatory compliance, mitigate failures, and optimise production output.

Developed by a team of skilled engineers and software developers, asset55’s proven ‘Operate' software offers intuitive dashboards that helps users to monitor the environmental performance of their facility and track maintenance activities throughout the life cycle of an asset. It interacts seamlessly with client Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, enabling real-time collaboration among project stakeholders, both onshore and offshore.

Both Score and asset55 are committed to delivering emissions reduction and sustainability solutions that are digitally proficient and adaptable to customers’ challenges. The companies have already made significant advancements in the emissions elimination field, with Score winning both the ‘Sustainability’ and ‘Service & Solutions’ titles, and asset55 receiving the ‘Optimisation’ honour at the recent Energy Industries Council (EIC) National Awards in London.

Speaking of the collaboration, Scott Wallis, Emissions Manager (Europe & Africa) for Score, said: “One of the key industry challenges for emissions reduction is data management, and this collaboration allows our customers to manage everything digitally, in one place. They can monitor the environmental performance of their facility, track maintenance activities and execute work.

“The software offers customisable dashboards to provide valuable insights and data analytics to all stakeholders, as well as allowing the customer to report on emission sources in a framework that suits the regulator in the required region.”

For more information on Score’s Emissions Elimination Program, email: eep@score-group.com

Tel No:

01779 480000

Email:

Europeafrica@score-group.com

Website:

www.score-group.com


Published: 5th December 2023

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