10 Aug 2016

EnerCom Creates New Website For The Leader in SEC Reserves Reporting

When the leader in independent reserves engineering decided it was time for a new website, they turned to EnerCom.

Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc. (NSAI), a worldwide petroleum consulting firm, and provide a complete range of geological, geophysical, petrophysical, and engineering services.

As of 2015, NSAI was the number one choice for SEC reserves reporting. CEO Scott Rees explains how his firm was able to become the preferred choice among exploration and production companies:

“I believe, as our founders Clarence and Fred before me, that what sets us apart is our people. Time and again I see our team rise to meet any challenge. Whether it’s a quick look at an acquisition or a complex technical study conducted over several months, we devote the right combination of expertise, resources, and judgment to get to the right answer. We consider it a point of pride that many of our clients keep us involved in multiple aspects of their business and call on us throughout the year for advice on reserves issues, to talk through their latest development plan, or maybe just get our opinion on a certain field or reservoir. We work hard to establish those relationships. Our clients know there is a difference in consulting firms. And those in the financial community know that a Netherland Sewell report means unquestionable quality and reliability.”

James Constas, Managing Director with EnerCom Consulting, said: “Our market research revealed that oil and gas executives, investors and energy lenders view Netherland Sewell as a brand leader among the ‘Big Three’ reserves engineering firms. When we took on the project to build a new website for NSAI, our most important objective was to remain faithful to their legacy of trust and reliability while modernizing their look and feel and bringing the website up to speed with the latest technology to match the way people consume online content today. Our team designed and developed the site in a way that achieved the client’s objectives.”

Over time, the technology used to build the original NSAI website became obsolete, leaving it unresponsive to today’s mobile devices and making it more difficult to find.

“Business-to-business websites typically have a shelf life of two to three years. In that time, technology advances, SEO tools improve and devices change,” Erik Carlgren, Art Director with EnerCom said. “The new site is mobile friendly, reliable and people can rapidly find the website via search engines.”

Designed and developed by EnerCom, the new NSAI website – www.NetherlandSewell.com – brings the firm’s online presence into the 21st century, enhances the firm’s brand identity and reinforces its competitive differentiation.


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