W Energy Software welcomes new Director of Measurement to spearhead product roadmap and development for measurement solutions across the energy value chain.
TULSA, OKLA. – W Energy Software, the new leader in upstream and midstream oil & gas ERP solutions, announces the appointment of Stephen Anson as its new Director of Measurement. Stephen joins the company with over twenty years of measurement experience. He will be responsible for building next generation solutions for collecting, validating, balancing, and reporting liquids and natural gas measurement data. This news comes amidst a recent announcement that W Energy Software has gained 40% market share for natural gas processing and is experiencing accelerated growth across other midstream and upstream markets where WE Measure, the company’s recently announced measurement product line, is expected to play a strategic role in the company’s next stage of growth.
Stephen brings a vast amount of experience across both gas and liquids measurement to the W Energy Software team ranging from field maintenance activities, equipment design, and back office measurement data management. He held various engineering, management, and marketing roles for E&P companies, midstream companies, and manufacturers; always focused on measurement. Throughout his career Stephen has been committed to measurement excellence, business strategy, innovation, and data analytics. His innovative thought leadership and creativity have contributed to the development of new industry standards, alternative methods for custody transfer, and patent recognition. Stephen is a past president of the Rocky Mountain Measurement Society, an instructor and General Committee member for the International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement (ISHM), and a member of multiple committees for the American Petroleum Institute (API).
“I’m excited to join the W Energy Software management team and eager to get to work spearheading a new generation of software to track, validate, balance, and report hydrocarbons across the value chain, built by a measurement user for measurement users,” said Stephen Anson, W Energy Software’s new Director of Measurement. “Historically there has only been one option for measurement data management; this created an opportunity to serve the industry by providing a choice that is innovative and impactful, which is why we are setting out to redefine measurement data management with a new generation platform built on the cloud that is fast, accurate, and reliable,” he said, adding, “I look forward to forging a strong relationship with our Measurement Product Consortium members to ensure that industry needs are represented and continuously aligned with product features.”
WE Measure will provide upstream and midstream companies with a secure data warehouse for centrally managing volume, energy, and product quality measurement data in the cloud, integrating large numbers of SCADA data sources, and streamlining meter data analysis. The next generation solution will also provide processes and functionality to validate measurement data, provide material balances, deliver clear audit trails, and ensure compliance with energy industry, regulatory, and accounting standards. To aid its mission to create the next generation, best-in-class solution, W Energy Software has also announced the creation of a Measurement Product Consortium comprised of industry leaders who will provide direct input into product development while offering participating energy companies product discounts.
Stephen will lead W Energy Software’s measurement product line – including building the product roadmap and managing day to day development – which is expected to be commercially available by the end of 2021. In addition to these responsibilities, he will also coordinate W Energy Software’s Measurement Product Consortium that has already attracted the interest of several large upstream and midstream companies. Interested energy companies are encouraged to contact W Energy Software to join.
“A warm welcome to Stephen, who joins the W Energy Software management team at an exciting time of growth in markets that demand next generation measurement solutions,” said Pete Waldroop, CEO of W Energy Software. “From upstream to midstream, measurement cuts across everything we and our clients do, which is why launching WE Measure helmed by a veteran measurement professional is so crucial for delivering the high-quality solutions our clients deserve,” Waldroop stated.
About W Energy Software
Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, W Energy Software offers the oil & gas industry’s only unified ERP solution built for the cloud that is relied on by more than 100 upstream and midstream companies to accelerate business performance, improve operational efficiency, and drive costs down. W Energy Software combines precision-built software in one extendable cloud-based workspace with an intimate understanding of the oil & gas business to deliver solutions that offer flexibility, affordability, and continuous upgrades. Unlike other ERP software that loosely ties together a mix of legacy solutions and fragmented technologies, W Energy Software designed a unified upstream and midstream ERP platform to seamlessly track oil, gas, and NGLs from the wellhead through transportation and marketing, eliminating data silos as well as the burden and costs of maintaining multiple systems. With W Energy Software, oil & gas companies stay lean and agile with the tools they need to adapt to market changes and meet evolving customer needs head on, all while gaining the confidence that their business is running on the latest technology. For more information, please visit https://WEnergySoftware.com.
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