Stepwise is proud to announce a strategic partnership with NEMS, a market leader in environmental compliancy solutions within the oil and gas sector.
This partnership will bring leading expertise and technology to the offshore energy sector and provide our clients with further insight and automation into their reporting requirements, assisting them in reaching their sustainability goals.
The integration between Stepwise and NEMS will help companies identify and quantify their carbon emissions, track progress towards their emission reduction targets, and monitor their compliance with regard to environmental regulations.
Stepwise and NEMS are committed to helping companies take proactive steps towards sustainability and emission reduction, and this partnership marks a significant step forward in that mission.
Geir Ove Eikill - Head of R&D Marketing, Stepwise – "We look forward to seeing the positive impact this partnership will have through our close collaboration."
Tom Dagstad – CEO, NEMS – “We are very excited about this partnership with Stepwise. Through this collaboration we believe both parties can bring even more value to existing and new clients. It is when domain experts come together, true business value is created from digitalization.”
With over three decades of experience, NEMS is a leader in offshore emissions reporting and permit follow-up, assisting clients with compliance regulations and legislation all over the globe. NEMS provide tailor-made off-the-shelf ESG reporting software for the oil and gas industry.
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