ERCE is the leading privately-owned Reservoir Evaluation Company. Headquartered in London, and with offices in Singapore, Perth and Dubai, ERCE provides energy consulting services for an international client base. Our sound technical foundations coupled with economic and commercial skillsets make us Experts in Reserves and Resource auditing and valuation. Alongside our traditional services, our clients benefit from our carbon assurance and wider energy transition services.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) regulates and influences the oil, gas and carbon storage industries. NSTA helps drive the North Sea energy transition, realising the significant potential of the UK Continental Shelf as a critical energy and carbon abatement resource. NSTA works with government, industry and other regulators to accelerate the move to net zero while meeting the UK’s energy demand and security. NSTA aims to be a value creator in everything they do, encouraging and enabling economic benefit and job creation across the UK.
At sustain:able we believe that developing an ESG-focus and transparent reporting plan for your company does not need to be a complex undertaking. We help companies in the energy industry to set an impactful ESG strategy and make appropriate meaningful changes that significantly reduce negative impacts.
With over 50 years combined experience in the global extractive industries, we understand that addressing climate change is not as simple as "turning the taps off"; a rapid, but also fair and equitable energy transition is needed if no one is to be left behind.
Our work is focussed around detailed emissions calculations, forecasting and modelling, which we use to ensure impacts are genuinely reduced, using our experience to examine the details on where the most improvements can be made in your everyday and future operations.
THE GLOBAL ENERGY SECTOR FROM A SUBSURFACE PERSPECTIVE
GEO ExPro is a global magazine and online publication with a strong focus on the subsurface aspects of the oil and gas industry and the energy transition. Our aim is to report on and provide context to energy-related news where geoscience plays a key role. This ranges from the traditional E&P sector, however, we cover a range of upcoming industries where geoscience is important, i.e. geothermal, CCS, natural hydrogen, and deep-sea minerals.