TechnologyCatalogue.com, the fastest-growing technology platform in the Energy industry, and
Carjon-NRG, an Aberdeen headquartered Technology Deployment Service Company, delivering
energy innovation around the world, announced today that they will join forces for the delivery of a
UK Energy Technology Platform. The Goal of the new UK Online platform is to connect technologies
to Operators, Developers and end-users in the UK Oil, Gas & Renewable Energy sectors and be the
catalyst for rapid technology deployment.
“We’re excited to partner with Carjon-NRG to deliver this platform. Operators, Developers & Endusers
in the Energy industry are keen to innovate, but they often struggle to know which
technologies are available, and what has already been used by other Operators and in other parts of
the world. Also, people often don’t have the specific technical expertise required to sustainably
embed the technology in their business. With this UK platform, we make finding technology for
operators & developers in the UK Energy industry as easy as finding a great restaurant or
accommodation online. And provide access to effective support services required to get the
technology deployed,” said Erik Nijveld, Managing Partner of TechnologyCatalogue.com.
TechnologyCatalogue.com was launched in Q3 2018, based on >20 years of technology deployment
experience. It has rapidly grown in terms of content and functionality.
The COVID-19 challenges have further accelerated the growth, as due to travel and meetings
restrictions, suppliers are seeking alternatives to exhibitions and other conventional ways to attract
buyers for their technology.
End-users are keen, as it helps them to quickly get an overview of available technologies,
underpinned by deployment references and reviews. Suppliers can promote their technologies on
TechnologyCatalogue.com for free, and individual users can access the content for free. In
addition, they can commission relevant services to support the uptake of technology.
“The online platform will be fully aligned with the Oil & Gas Authority, MER-UK & Net-Zero
strategy as set out by the Technology Leadership Board, as well as, Oil & Gas UK Led Energy
Transition Roadmap 2035. As such, it will support the industry with the drive to make the most of
existing assets whilst reducing CO2 emissions. It will also support the UK economy through the
export of UK technologies and expertise”, said Colin Black, Managing Director of Carjon-NRG.
The UK Energy Technology Platform will be online in Q3 2020. Suppliers can already register their
technologies via TechnologyCatalogue.com. The moment the UK Energy Technology Platform goes
live, the technologies will then also be visible there, provided the technologies are in line with the
UK priority areas, this way maximizing visibility in the UK as well as globally.