Asset & Compliance Tracking System (ACTS)
What the Judges Said…
“This product services the very useful purpose of automating and streamlining multimedia environmental emissions management, tracking, and reporting processes. Benefits include improved compliance, reduced costs, and more accurate reporting.”
Intelex Technologies’ Asset & Compliance Tracking System (ACTS) is an asset-based environmental management information system that helps companies calculate, track, and report environmental outputs including air emissions, water quality, and waste tracking.
Used by 38% of the top 40 public oil and gas companies in the United States, Intelex ACTS features customizable hierarchies, escalating notifications, industry-specific content libraries, robust, real-time reporting tools, and agency-ready documentation to help customers automate environmental compliance tracking and performance, according to the company.
Intelex ACTS offers air, water, waste, and asset data in one centralized solution, enabling knowledge-sharing, collaborative reporting, and permitting across extended workforces. With a calculation engine that works with existing upstream data management and CEMS/ERP systems, Intelex ACTS imports usage and consumption data, tracks limits and thresholds, performs validation comparisons, and communicates upcoming and overdue tasks to streamline environmental compliance programs.
Intelex ACTS can help customers build programs for prevention maintenance, asset inventory management, equipment operation tracking, storm water inspections, and incident management, while also streamlining compliance with GHG, SPCC, LDAR, STEM, and others.
The system has what the company calls a best-in-class calculation engine that measures emissions in real time for continuous compliance. It is managed by a central dashboard with methodologies and equations that users can easily apply, according to Intelex. Users can access content specific to industries such as manufacturing as well as oil and gas through preloaded emission sources, emissions factors, equations, and reports to reduce the resources required for compliance. These best practices are pre-configured and baked into the system.
Currently 10 of the top 20 oil and gas companies in the United States use Intelex ACTS as their primary tracking system, including Anadarko, Apache, Devon, EOG, and Noble, according to the company. The system has contributed to one out of every five GHG Subpart W submissions in the United States, Intelex says.