Our commitment to sustainability

Imrandd is committed to supporting the transition to cleaner, more sustainable energy sources.

Net Zero 2050 is a commitment we share with our industry peers. To meet these targets, businesses must do all they can to reduce their environmental impact, while continuing to meet the world’s energy demands.

The commitment is not reversible; we are not just turning down a dial, we are changing the way the machine works.

What are we doing to help?

  • Providing innovative solutions that increase asset efficiencies
  • Optimising sustainable decision-making
  • Reducing the carbon footprint of operations through data
  • Investing 20% of our company effort into R&D

Our solutions have three underpinning attributes, they enable our clients to operate: safely, responsibly and sustainably.

Collaboration with Shift Geothermal

We’re working closely with Shift, an organisation created by industry experts and academia who share a strong desire to investigate the reuse and repurpose ageing fields and assets in a more environmentally responsible way.

Imrandd’s CEO, Innes and Head of R&D, Chris Blake are founding members of Shift, and since its inception, Imrandd has supported the Group with technical and industry-focused advice and knowledge. Imrandd’s Head of New Business, Steven Saunders also recently pledged support to Shift. Imrandd is providing due diligence and data analytics capability to support R&D and conceptualisation of Shift’s investigative projects.

Shift’s consortium of academic institutions and industry leaders have a proven track record in developing innovative technology and developing successful organisations in the energy market.

Shift’s aim is to develop, build and prove technology and business cases for geothermal power generation systems that can be used by oil and gas operators and CCS sites. The group has extensive practical experience of the oil and gas sector, fortified with extensive academic research and knowledge of alternative energy sources; with a particular focus on geothermal electricity generation. The group’s research and that of its extended network places it at the epicentre of geothermal R&D.

SHIFT Geothermal is entering an exciting new chapter in collaboration with the NZTC (Net Zero Technology Center), Durham University and the Reis Foundation, to create the UK’s National Center for Geothermal.

Contact us for more information on our work with Shift.