Shell Chooses EDI Partner
Houston-based Shell Energy, a subsidiary of Shell Oil Co., chose
Energy Services Group (ESG) of Pembroke, MA, to provide electronic
data interchange (EDI) and data processing services in selected
retail energy markets. ESG assists energy companies with data and
transaction processing required to service retail customer accounts
in deregulated markets.
"ESG's focus on EDI in the energy marketplace speeds time to
market and creates competitive advantages for us as state energy
markets open to competition," said Drew Fenton, a Shell retail
energy market expert.
ESG will be responsible for Shell's EDI requirements in selected
deregulated energy markets. This includes establishment of
transaction sets, management of transmission media, trading partner
support, integration with Shell Energy systems, translation and
mapping services, error resolution, and other miscellaneous data
processing services required to service Shell Energy's retail
Shell Energy chose Georgia last year to launch a national energy
marketing business that the company expects to expand into other
states as the utility industry is deregulated.
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