EarthSoft receives EBJ Business Achievement: Information Technology Award

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  • 1. AWARDS | 2013 Environmental Business Journal | Business Achievement Awards EarthSoft receives EBJ Business Achievement: Information Technology Award New Product Releases: Released at mid-year, EQuIS Enterprise 6 features integrated Esri web GIS, dashboards, and widgets. New versions of Sample Planning Module, EQuIS Data Gathering Engine, and other products were also released, along with the EnviroInsite K'Nect module for data visualization. Continued Business Growth: New clients added in 2013 included the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (with Brown & Caldwell), Kuwait EPA, ExxonMobil, British Petroleum, SNC-Lavalin, Brion Energy, and Queensland Alumina. EarthSoft also won additional work from Cetrel in Brazil, Caltex/Chevron Australia, Shell Oil, and others. EarthSoft's EQuIS Online hosting business grew 30%. Several case studies of EQuIS use were released, from Cetrel, Chesapeake Energy, and others. In addition, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency announced it has more than 15 million records in EQuIS, and EQuIS projects with states of Montana and New York continued to move forward. GES receives EBJ Technology Merit: Information Technology Award Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc. (GES; regulatory reporting and timeline requirements. The Neptune, NJ) for applying a holistic approach to improve software set includes EarthSoft EQuIS/EDGE and Esri data management within unconventional gas well potable ArcGIS and GES' own water sampling workflows. The upstream oil and gas deliverable tracking industry relies on accurate pre- and post-drill data as a system. GES' deliverable critical component of safe, sustainable, and responsible tracking system is used to natural resource development. The workflow includes record the field electronic data deliverables and ensure landowner, lab, regulator, and operator communications. that regulatory deadlines are met. Reports, including GES' approach incorporates multiple software completion checks, landowner letters, and statistical applications, rugged tablet computers, stringent data comparisons of pre- and post-drill datasets, are quality and safety procedures, trained teams, and in- automatically distributed to stakeholders. This process has house data validation resources to streamline the pairing been used to collect thousands of samples across US shale of field and lab data, greatly improve data quality, reduce plays. wasteful paper usage, and meet the most stringent www.earthsoft.com Copyright 2014