PETROTECHNICS, an Aberdeen-based software provider to the global oil and gas industry, said yesterday it had completed a contract worth a seven-figure sum for Sakhalin Energy Investment Company in Russia.
It said the contract covered deployment of the first Russian primary language electronic integrated safe system of work solution through its Sentinel PRO system.
The company said Sentinel PRO was the only Russian primary language system available and the only system receiving approval from the Russian regulator, RTN.
The web-based solution was implemented across four Sakhalin Energy sites.
Iain Mackay, executive vice-president at Petrotechnics, said: “This is a significant achievement for us and will enable us to grow our activity in Russia.
“Sentinel PRO incorporates our global experience of business process and effective work activity management, resulting in tangible safety and efficiency improvements.”
The web-based system integrates permit to work, risk assessment and isolation management and delivers to frontline users in an graphical real-time software tool.
Globally, Petrotechnics Sentinel PRO solution is said to be improving productivity and enhancing workforce safety at 276 sites in 19 countries, safeguarding more than 50,000 people.