BP use the original version that we created for them (PEIT) in over 200 assets around the world.

In a relatively small subset of those assets, they counted nearly 150 “Improvement Actions” that produced a loss reduction roughly equivalent to $2.2 Billion in 2010.

As for industry awards, within BP, our choke model had success in the prestigious ‘Helios Awards’, winning the Nakika asset an award for increasing production through its use of the ‘Manage Potential Losses’ function within the choke model.

 The reason for the almost “evangelistic” adoption of the choke modeling principals in BP were very simple:

 “By doing this we cut our losses in half, year on year, for three years in a row on the Magnus Platform.” (Andrew Goodwin, BP, talking about the original process pioneered in the Magnus asset)