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WorleyParsons and XENDEE Inc. announce exclusive partnership

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WorleyParsons' global advisory and consulting business line, Advisian and XENDEE Inc. are proud to announce an exclusive agreement to collaborate in the design and delivery of advanced distributed energy systems.

WorleyParsons, Advisian and XENDEE are connecting their complementary strengths to answer the need for fast, affordable and reliable microgrid feasibility studies, and optimized, bankable energy projects.

“This partnership is truly aligned with our strategy and vision to support our communities and customers to meet the world’s changing resource and energy needs,” says Gareth Evans, Advisian’s Vice President of Power & New Energy.

XENDEE’s award-winning team has developed an advanced toolkit for microgrid and distributed energy system design and optimization. Advisian will support roll out and scaling of the XENDEE capability worldwide, offering significant value to end users, owners and investors of distributed energy systems. WorleyParsons will leverage its global expertise in engineering and implementation to develop and deliver project execution plans that focus on on-time delivery, improved performance, risk reduction and lower costs. Together, they are now offering complete turnkey solutions with up to 90% reduction in time to results for energy system feasibility studies and engineering design.

According to Advisian’s Director of Smart & Distributed Energy, Tristan Jackson, “Using the XENDEE platform, complex energy systems can be designed in hours to days rather than the industry standard of weeks to months. As well as being an order of magnitude faster, XENDEE designs are bankable and auditable, giving confidence and certainty in least cost, best fit and profitability.”

Adib Naslé, CEO of XENDEE, says “I couldn’t have found a better company to work with than WorleyParsons. Their vision of a brighter energy future coupled with their superb capacity to deliver anywhere in the world is important. But most of all, they see what needs to happen and they have a strong thought out plan for how to get there. I’m very excited for what we can do together, for all of our stakeholders and for businesses and communities around the world.”

About WorleyParsons:
WorleyParsons delivers projects, provides expertise in engineering, procurement and construction and offers a wide range of consulting and advisory services. We cover the full lifecycle, from creating new assets to sustaining and enhancing operating assets, in the hydrocarbons, mineral, metals, chemicals and infrastructure sectors. Our resources and energy are focused on responding to and meeting the needs of our customers over the long term and thereby creating value for our shareholders. WorleyParsons is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange [ASX:WOR]. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.

About Advisian: Advisian helps its clients respond to changing global conditions by leveraging the real-world experience and technical depth of our consultants to ensure your business is ready for the future. With a focus on asset intensive businesses that operate in the power, hydrocarbons, minerals, metals, chemicals and infrastructure sectors, we deliver the right team, with the best capabilities, to every client anywhere in the world. As the global advisory and consulting business line of the WorleyParsons Group, we offer a true end-to-end service that integrates strategy, management and technical consulting, moving seamlessly into proven delivery expertise.

About XENDEE:
XENDEE, an award-winning company, has developed an advanced platform for distributed energy system design and optimization. Over the past decade, our team created the XENDEE software platform (supported by hundreds of millions of US government R&D dollars) in US laboratories, most notably Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. It has been validated not only in the laboratory, but through various projects in cooperation with Arizona State University, University of California San Diego, utilities and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).