ANSA, Aberdeen-based data analytics company providing data analysis and interpretation solutions for energy projects all around the world has celebrated its first anniversary since demerger from cased hole logging specialist, READ Cased Hole.
ANSA boasts an extensive track record in providing independent log analysis thanks to the team of independent log analysis experts who are some of the brightest minds in the industry, with an extensive mix of knowledge and skills, who produce impartial diagnostics to help clients make informed decision.
Although the business is officially just one year old, ANSA’s team of multidisciplinary, multilingual, log analysis experts has been working together for over 25 years.
“Looking back at the year past, we have a lot to be proud of, including expansion of the team with new hires, our new office space, multiple promotions and a comprehensive new training and development programme,” said ANSA’s MD, Alan Walsh.
“The business is continuously growing, he added, “we recently renewed a contract with one of the major national oil companies, signed service agreements with multiple service companies covering four continents, and completed a number of projects with many customers in Europe. What we are most proud of is the repeat business and the tremendous levels of customer satisfaction.”
“ANSA has always been a very closely knit team and we get up to all sorts out of the office hours. This year we have all learned to throw axes – safely of course – as you never known when that skill will come in handy! Some of us have witnessed snow in Texas while attending the Energy in Data 2022 conference, while others have married; some had babies and some are expecting more” said ANSA’s Data Analytics and Software Engineering Director, Maurillio Addario.
“On a more serious front the team has shown incredible engagement with our new technology development projects, embracing the power of AI and Machine Learning to augment their capabilities and providing invaluable guidance and feedback to this new frontier which is changing the way we work and how quickly and effectively we can add value to our customers”.
“As we look forward to our second year as an independent data analytics business, we are excited about the opportunities ahead: expanding our client base across the globe, launching new digital solutions and services, participating in leadership cohorts in both the digital and entrepreneurial space, sharing our knowledge with Aberdeen Formation Evaluation Society and other professional forums” continued Alan. “There is a lot more we could include in our list, but the most important thing we are looking forward to is getting stronger by the day as a team and as a business, doing what we do best – delivering impartial and transparent data processing, analysis and interpretation solutions for energy projects all around the world.”
Just last month, in May of 2022 ANSA became part of Hydrawell, creating a leading well integrity specialist with ambitions to play a prominent role in late life oilfield activities.