ABERDEEN, UNITED KINGDOM —The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has contracted the UK Energy Technology Platform to help further accelerate technology deployment in the United Kingdom.
The contract with the UK Energy Technology Platform will help the United Kingdom to further its objectives to accelerate the move to net zero whilst meeting the UK’s energy demand and energy security requirements. It will allow businesses and individuals to easily find, select, rank and deploy effective emerging and field proven technologies, as well as get expert advice on which ones would best suit their needs.
Carlo Procaccini, North Sea Transition Authority Head of Technology, said:
“Operators submit annual Technology Plans which identify their technology needs by asset, deployment of existing and emerging technologies and R&D efforts to close technology gaps. This contract with the UK Energy Technology Platform, will provide a valuable tool to help deliver their technology activities more effectively. Accelerating the uptake of relevant technology and improving safety as well as business performance will help to maximise economic recovery whilst reducing emissions during our energy transition journey to net zero.”
TechnologyCatalogue.com Co-founder and CEO, Erik Nijveld, said: “We are delighted to be working with the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) to help accelerate the deployment of technologies in the United Kingdom. Our platform provides a unique service that will be of great benefit to businesses to reduce CO2 emissions, reduce costs and improve safety.”
Carjon-NRG Managing Director and UK Partner at TechnologyCatalogue.com, Colin Black, said: “The UK Energy Technology platform was developed to address a lack of visibility of emerging & field proven technologies identified by the Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) led Efficiency Task Force (ETF) and is fully aligned with the NSTA Lifecycle Categories and Priorities. It already contains >550 technologies, and further Technology Solutions are being added every week. It is actively being used by energy companies in the UK.”
As part of the agreement with the NSTA, UK suppliers can make unlimited use of the “Starter” subscription, which will allow them to promote their technologies to companies on the platform. Technologies will not only be visible to UK companies, but also to companies outside the UK via the global platform TechnologyCatalogue.com. UK-based Operators, end-users, EPC contractors and consultants can make unlimited use of the “Explorer” subscription, which will allow them to access the full range of technologies available on the platform. In addition to these subscriptions, we offer suppliers and companies premium subscriptions that will give them access to more advanced functionality, such that the uptake of technology is accelerated even further.
To learn more about the UK Energy Technology Platform, uk.energytechnologyplatform.com
To read the full statement from the NSTA see the link below:
About the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)
The NSTA regulates and influences the oil, gas and carbon storage industries. We help drive North Sea energy transition, realising the significant potential of the UK Continental Shelf as a critical energy and carbon abatement resource. We hold the industry to account on halving upstream emissions by 2030.
Discover and deploy technological innovations to accelerate energy transition. That’s the objective of TechnologyCatalogue.com. With over 550 technologies and 300000 unique visitors of the platform, TechnologyCatalogue.com supports the energy transition by providing a platform that bridges the gap between technology suppliers, end-users and experts, and facilitates technological innovations towards a more sustainable energy sector.
The UK Energy Technology Platform is part of the TechnologyCatalogue.com infrastructure. It makes use of the same underlying ‘engine' and database, whereby technologies, data & insights are presented to UK users in line with the UK business needs. The moment UK suppliers are on the platform, their tech will not only be visible to UK users, but also to users around the globe through the global TechnologyCatalogue.com infrastructure.
We understand what it takes to get technology deployed, including all change management aspects related to new ways of working. Over the years, we have facilitated more than 1,000 technology deployments for global and regional companies resulting in >$1 billion of value added. For more information, go to TechnologyCatalogue.com or follow us on Linkedin.
Carjon-NRG is a Technology Deployment Service Company, Delivering Energy Innovation around the world. Established in 2015 during the global Oil & Gas downturn to help Operators and their Technology Suppliers address key challenges in managing safe, efficient & cost-effective operations whilst reducing emissions by realising the true potential of effective innovation implementation and deployment. Headquartered in Aberdeen to support Oil, Gas and Renewable Energy projects on an international basis, our experienced team and subject matter expert consultants provide a range of support services delivering energy innovation that brings significant value to our Clients, the Environment, and our Communities. Since 2015, we have supported multiple Business Development, Export, Internationalisation, Inward Investment and Technology Deployment projects. In June 2020, Carjon-NRG became the UK Partner for Technology Catalogue’s “UK Energy Technology Platform” to further deliver energy innovation in the UK & International Oil, Gas & Energy markets. For more information, visit http://www.carjon-nrg.com or follow Carjon-NRG on Linkedin.