The New AspenTech

We welcome OSI and Geological Simulation Software businesses to AspenTech.

Power Generation Transmission and Distribution

AspenTech's Power Asset Optimization software solution enables you to reduce operating and maintenance expenses, optimize resource and purchase decisions.


AspenTech's lifecycle solutions for the upstream industry improve asset reliability, reduce time to “first oil”, improve recovery and operating economics.

Subsurface Science and Engineering

Subsurface Science & Engineering

OSI Digital Grid Management

OSI Digital Grid Management


Carbon Capture Bottlenecks and Breakthroughs

A recent AspenTech sustainability survey revealed 65% of energy and chemical companies indicate they are already investing in or actively planning to invest in CCUS (carbon capture utilization and storage).


Subsurface Science & Engineering Solutions for Carbon Capture

Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) has the potential to play a key role in reducing emissions, and permanently storing the captured CO2 in the subsurface makes it an essential part of the solution. However, storing the carbon has its challenges, ranging from assessing geologic reservoirs to containment for permanent and safe storage, among others.


Subsurface Science & Engineering Solutions for Geothermal Energy Production

Climate change policies are driving the growth of geothermal energy, recognized today as a key resource for the provision of clean, reliable and sustainable energy. Though the global contribution of geothermal energy is low, it expected to accelerate as countries seek to meet climate goals and reduce CO2 emissions.


Generation Management Systems

Generation utilities, independent power producers and energy market participants use OSI’s generation management suite of applications to meet optimal system performance and regulatory compliance.


Transmission Management Systems

Transmission owners and operators today face new challenges due to stringent regulatory mandates, system security concerns and inherent capacity limitations in the face of increased transfer demands.

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