Delivering the highest value and integrity from assets in natural gas
C55 is meeting the investment decision challenges of gas utilities head-on.
Aging assets, an aging workforce, increasing regulation, and high demands in an era of scarce resources are forcing natural gas utilities to rethink their approach to investment planning and management. Value-based decision making in a transparent, data-driven environment is the formula for success.
Tangible, Measurable Results
Copperleaf clients use C55 to manage assets valued at over $310 billion. They report:
Risk-Informed Asset Investment Planning at ONE Gas
Utilities are facing increasing pressure to demonstrate they have a robust long-term strategy in place to manage their asset-related risks. ONE Gas selected Copperleaf C55 as part of a larger overall corporate transformation to centralize asset management and asset investment decision making across three states. Today, ONE Gas has over two million assets loaded in C55. According to Matt Fulghum, Director of Asset Investment Planning & Management:
“Across the enterprise, ONE Gas can look holistically at these assets, scope projects, and optimize a work plan that delivers the most value to our stakeholders.”
Modular and Configurable
C55 is highly modular and configurable, and integrates seamlessly with existing EAM, APM, ERP, GIS, and a variety of other systems—empowering organizations to turn data into decisions.
Delivering energy to our customers safely, reliably and at the lowest reasonable cost is our priority, and Copperleaf’s industry-leading solution helps drive consistency and transparency in FortisBC’s AIP processes. Copperleaf provides us with a framework and the technology to enable us to make the best decisions for our customers and our stakeholders.
Director of Engineering, FortisBC
We recognized the need for a cross-company solution that would provide us with a centralized view of our entire portfolio of investments. We will use the Copperleaf C55 solution to create more defensible, risk-informed plans, and ultimately select the highest-value projects to execute.