Tachyus, a Houston-based corporation, is a leader in oil and gas modeling and optimization software. In 2021, they launched Aurion to help companies reduce their carbon footprint.
Today, Tachyus announced a contract with Greylock Energy for Aurion, its cloud-scalable GHG emissions management and forecasting platform. Greylock's implementation of Aurion will enable the oil and gas company to monitor, forecast, and report carbon emissions across all of its assets. This is part of Greylock's commitment to corporate responsibility initiatives, including further mitigating their carbon footprint and enhancing their environmental, social and governance metrics.
Jennifer Vieweg, Greylock's Director of Strategic Initiatives and Corporate Citizenship, noted, "At Greylock, our mission is to produce and deliver energy that powers our communities and improves lives. That is why we have aggressive goals to minimize our emissions and we are confident that Aurion will help us achieve those goals."
Aurion is designed to address the need for the oil and gas industry to minimize GHG emissions by helping companies like Greylock streamline GHG accounting, monitoring and forecasting future emissions with robust, tested, and reliable approaches.
"We're excited to partner with Greylock to assist them in meeting their carbon reduction goals; Aurion will allow them to estimate the impact of their operational decisions on emissions and help the team at Greylock achieve their emissions goals," said Matt Elbert, CFO of Tachyus.