MEMBER NEWS: Peterson Energy Logistics launches new carbon neutral consultancy service

March 28, 2023
MEMBER NEWS: Peterson Energy Logistics launches new carbon neutral consultancy service

International energy logistics provider Peterson has today announced the launch of a new consultancy service to support companies with their carbon-neutral status certification and net-zero journey.

Sarah Moore, Chief Executive of Peterson, said: “We are delighted to offer this new consultancy service to companies committed to taking the first step to reducing their carbon footprint and playing their part in the energy transition.

“Our sustainability team is looking forward to sharing their wealth of knowledge and practical experience with clients to significantly accelerate their carbon-neutral certification and achieve their sustainability targets.”

The consultancy service will support clients with proven methodologies, a purpose-built carbon data collection tool, and Business Intelligence (BI) dashboards that deliver significant cost savings and efficiencies during the carbon-neutral certification process.

Peterson’s digital consultancy Core29 has developed a bespoke software solution to accelerate the data collection process for Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, which will substantially reduce the hours required to measure emissions by approximately 40% during and after the carbon neutral process is complete.

Earlier this month Peterson received the Energy Transition Award at the Offshore Achievement Awards in recognition of its sustainability initiatives which saw the company achieve carbon-neutral status under the PAS 2060 accreditation covering 34 sites across seven countries. Peterson has ambitious sustainability plans and aims to be net zero by 2025.

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