UK: BMT Cordah, add novatech Launch NEMS Accounter Light

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BMT Cordah, a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, the leading international maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy, has launched the NEMS Accounter® Light reporting software to the UK market.

The software developed by environmental specialists add novatech, in conjunction with BMT Cordah builds on the success of NEMS Accounter® which has been developed in close cooperation with major oil and gas operating companies, specifically as an environmental accounting and management system. This user friendly, online tool is a key element in helping oil companies to better register and manage the vast number of emission and discharge data they need for proper environmental control and to ensure that they can report this data in compliance with the UK regulatory regime.

In order to address the comprehensive and unique UK electronic reporting requirements, BMT Cordah has utilised its experience, knowledge of environmental regulations and proximity to the UK regulator to add value throughout the development process. By utilising customer feedback to assess the current needs, add novatech and BMT Cordah have ensured that the NEMS Accounter® / NEMS Accounter® Light system is not only a bespoke system, but unique in the market.

The UK energy market is constantly evolving and NEMS Accounter® has continued to align itself with the market’s progression. By deploying NEMS Accounter® as “software- as-a-service” (SaaS), new versions can be deployed continuously to ensure strict regulatory compliance.

Geir Husdal, Managing Director at add novatech comments: “Partnering with BMT Cordah provides us with a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory complexities UK energy companies face. Being experts for over 30 years, BMT has demonstrated its knowledge and expertise is second to none which comes through the close relationship it has with the key stakeholders involved in developing the necessary environmental regulations.”

Source: BMT Group, October 27, 2011;

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