Pandell has been an active member of AWEA for more than a decade and found events like this provide a good opportunity to connect with our industry associates and customers.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) June 08, 2020
As part of the kick-off to the AWEA CLEANPOWER 2020 Stronger Together Live Series last week, Pandell’s Director of Land Products, Laura Holt, hosted a live-streaming chat room and poster presentation titled: Automating Lease, Land, & Royalty Obligations to Reduce Operational Expenses. Clean energy developers, operators, and other industry stakeholders were invited to attend to learn how today’s leadership teams are using integrated land management and GIS software to address five of their most common business challenges, including:
1. How to analyse the status of new development projects in real-time with multiple parallel workflows.
2. How to achieve quick digital record conversion for mergers and acquisitions.
3. How to scale-up land management analytics to meet growing operations.
4. How to pay complex royalties accurately and efficiently.
5. How to streamline landowner communications in the digital age.
Pandell’s presentation graphic will be on display in the CLEANPOWER 2020 poster gallery throughout summer 2020. AWEA members and non-members can search it by either title (Automating Lease, Land, & Royalty Obligations to Reduce Operational Expenses) or author (Laura Holt) to view the background, methods, solutions, and recommendations on how best to adopt an automated digital approach to managing lease, land, and royalty obligations.
The AWEA CLEANPOWER 2020 conference is the largest renewable conference in the Western Hemisphere. This year, the conference was moved from a live event in Denver to a virtual conference, in which all general sessions were available in a live stream format.
“Pandell has been an active member of AWEA for more than a decade and found events like this provide a good opportunity to connect with our industry associates and customers,” said Laura Holt of Pandell. “Although this year we were forced to connect virtually, it proved that our industry doesn’t just shut down when faced with a challenge. We moved ahead together, and it was great to be a part of it.”