OKLAHOMA CITY, March 14, 2002 — BP Energy has selected Automated Energy’s (AEI) Internet-based energy information technology and load profile services to better control costs and reduce risk at several facilities they provide power to throughout Texas.
The BP Energy facilities, will use Automated Energy’s Load Profile service to monitor and manage energy consumption and power quality, as well as identify cost savings systemwide. The companies will also utilize the Load Profile software’s rate tariff functionality and data mining tools to pursue energy-related cost-reduction efforts.
Automated Energy’s technology will allow BP Energy, and its contracted customers, to collect and manage precise load profile information, and review up-to-date energy consumption data at any time, for any, or all locations via the Internet.
Under the agreement, AEI will monitor BP refineries, pipeline facilities and chemical plants owned and operated under the BP Amoco name, as well as BASF manufacturing facilities that have contracted with BP for their power needs in the recently opened electricity markets in Texas.
BP is an international company involved in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas; refining, marketing, supply and transportation of hydrocarbons; and manufacturing and marketing of petrochemicals, and solar and gas-fired powered generation.
About Automated Energy
Automated Energy Inc., designs, implements, enhances and manages customized energy information services. With sophisticated Internet metering and software technology, AEI provides precise, web-enabled, real-time usage and service performance monitoring 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Automated Energy’s diverse product suite is a complete and powerful energy management solution.
Automated Energy, a privately held company based in Oklahoma City, Okla., delivers customized energy information services. More information is available at www.automatedenergy.com or 866-421-1234.