A year ago, two specialists in digitalized hydrocarbon management saw how their solution portfolios were compatible, having already established a working relationship – the global partnership was formed. A year on, the acquisition of UK-based Swinton Technology as a Sensia company is even more successful than first imagined. This opens up new market opportunities, and through continued collaboration, Ben Leach, Business Lead at Swinton, has enjoyed the progress that “being part of the Sensia family” brings. The partnership is further strengthened by one of the fundamental missions – bringing better sustainability to the industry through solutions such as live uncertainty and emissions monitoring. Unique Solutions Sensia’s new CEO, Yasser El-Khazindar, has already visited the Swinton team, describing the ongoing partnership as a chance to “grow and provide our customers with unique solutions.” And it’s the complete capability of Swinton Technology measurement solutions that open doors for operators worldwide. Decision-makers can find improved metering performance, control measurement uncertainty, reduce risk exposure, and enhance the reliability of their data. With live uncertainty being available as a standalone solution, part of a TruST supervisory system, or as an integration for brownfield upgrades and greenfield installations, it is clear there is a synergy of data acquisition and display ethos between the two companies. Even more innovation Despite the strong start, neither company are ignoring the challenges ahead in bringing better sustainability to oil and gas. There are very few limits to what is achievable with the combined expertise of Sensia and Swinton, backed by the immense market understanding of Rockwell Automation and SLB. Joining forces at customer events across the globe has enhanced the perspectives of both companies – which can only mean a better understanding of the challenges our customers face as we move into a future of Intelligent Action. Thank you to the dedicated teams at both Sensia and Swinton for making the transition so successful.