Statoil’s decision to install energycredit was driven by the need to provide increased levels of functionality throughout the Statoil Group. Statoil was also experiencing increased trading activity across global operations with an increasingly diverse counterparty landscape. energycredit was identified as being able to handle these demands and, importantly for Statoil, had a proven track record of successful implementation in its key markets.
“energycredit should enable us to improve
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