Source: Honeywell
Kevin Dehoff, chief strategy officer and president and CEO of Connected Enterprise at Honeywell, and Girish Saligram, president and CEO of Weatherford.

Honeywell and Weatherford partner on emissions management

May 29, 2024
Companies combine technologies to help upstream oil and gas operators monitor, report and reduce emissions

Honeywell and Weatherford announced May 9 that they’re partnering to deliver a comprehensive emissions management solution for the energy industry. Their agreement combines Honeywell's emissions management suite with Weatherford's Cygnet SCADA platform, enabling users to monitor, report and take measures to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, flammable hydrocarbons and other potentially dangerous and toxic gases.
Honeywell and Weatherford’s integrated solution lets upstream oil and gas operators track emissions data in near real-time, identify and address potential issues, and meet regulatory requirements. Their collaboration also gives users access to analytics and reporting capabilities, so they can make data-driven decisions to reduce emissions, improve environmental performance and meet environmental goals.

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

Honeywell adds this collaboration is part of its broader effort to help the energy industry reduce its environmental footprint. In addition, it also further supports Honeywell's alignment of its portfolio with three megatrends, including energy transition.

“Through this collaboration with Honeywell, we’ve built an alliance that further bridges the gap between technological excellence and environmental stewardship,” says 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.”

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