Wood Group develops New Version of ENVision Software for Industrial Plants

Wood Group

Wood Group has developed a new version of its ENVision software. The real-time environmental information management software system for process and industrial plants provides emissions monitoring, troubleshooting, data gathering, interpretation and complete reporting to regulatory agencies. The updated release now allows customers to access instant compliance information, pulled from a portfolio of downstream facilities, in one central location.

Already successfully installed across 60 sites globally, this release marks the first phase of an advanced applications software portfolio for Wood Group.

Bob MacDonald, CEO Wood Group’s Specialist Technical Solutions said: “Our firm focus as a company is delivering technical solutions that solve the challenges our clients face. Our ENVision software simplifies and streamlines the management of environmental data by providing a continuous flow of real-time information and recognizing potential problems for customers before they become an issue.

“The power of ENVision’s existing technology can now be used across a portfolio of assets, adding value for our customers and ensuring they are compliant with external regulatory bodies.”

Features of EnVision Software:

ENVision proactively monitors compliance, reduces reporting effort and provides immediate insight to downstream, refining and petrochemical facilities.

  • Customers face complex challenges in compliance and regulatory requirements for environmental monitoring around the world. This is evident in air monitoring for example, where every day up to 10 million calculations are required to comply.
  • ENVision is a robust system providing a real-time flow of information. As well as delivering regular reports, the leading software alerts to potential issues to reassure customers of their quality compliance at all times.
  • Wood Group provide cost-effective monitoring, troubleshooting, data gathering and reporting with ENVision. Its standardisation and transparency are crucial for safe and effective plant operations.
  • Assuring clarity and accuracy, all responsible personnel are involved in preparing and reviewing report information. From the environmental department analysts to senior plant management, everyone play a keys role in environmental monitoring.
  • The system provides additional value for customers through its ability to integrate with all enterprise resource planning (ERP) and environmental management systems (EMIS) to automate additional reporting requirements.

Benefits include:

  • Real-time availability; critical for notification during operational issues
  • Works with all plant emissions including NOx, SOx, VOC, CO, PM and GHG
  • Reliable, consistent source of historical data to meet requirements
  • Transparency for internal and regulatory audits
  • Simplifies compilation of emissions data
  • Assures report accuracy with audit substantiation
  • Necessary information immediately available to all levels of responsibility
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