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Peterson obtains ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard

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International energy logistics provider Peterson has obtained the Energy Management Standard ISO 50001 for the Offshore Group entities in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Malta and Trinidad & Tobago.

ISO 50001:2011 provides a framework of requirements for organisations to develop a policy for more efficient use of energy, fix targets and objectives to meet the policy and values, use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use, measure the results, review how well the policy works, and continually improve energy performance.

Erwin Kooij, CEO, Peterson Offshore Group, said: “We have achieved the ISO 50001 standard which is a great addition to our company besides ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. However, even more important to our company is that we now have an even better tool to reduce our environmental impact and energy cost. Looking after this planet for ourselves and generations to come is vital to our company as we think in generations and not quarters.”

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