Emission management

Honeywell, Weatherford Team Up on Emissions Management

The companies are combining their technologies in an effort to help upstream oil and gas operators monitor, report, and reduce emissions.

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Honeywell and Weatherford announced a partnership combine software to manage emissions. The agreement combines Honeywell’s emissions management suite with Weatherford’s Cygnet supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) platform into tool to monitor, report, and take measures to help reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, flammable hydrocarbons, and other dangerous and toxic gases.

The integrated solution allows upstream oil and gas operators to track emissions data in near real-time, identify and address problems, and meet regulatory requirements. The collaboration also provides access to analytics and reporting capabilities.

“Honeywell’s partnership with Weatherford highlights the importance of empowering organizations with solutions that can help quantify and reduce emissions within the energy industry,” said Pramesh Maheshwari, president of Honeywell Process Solutions. “By integrating our emissions management solution with Weatherford’s well lifecycle technology, our customers can now accurately set targets and monitor near-real-time progress on their path to net zero.”

The collaboration is part of Honeywell’s effort to help the energy industry reduce its environmental footprint. It also supports Honeywell’s alignment of its portfolio with the energy transition.

“Through this collaboration with Honeywell, we have built an alliance that further bridges the gap between technological excellence and environmental stewardship,” said Girish Saligram, president and CEO of Weatherford. “Together, our transformative offering provides cutting-edge tools and actionable data to help customers reach their sustainability goals with confidence and efficiency.”