Blackline Safety announces customer deals with three energy companies
August 3, 2022 By SP&T Staff
Calgary-based Blackline Safety Corp. announced the close of three deals with leading North American energy companies. The deals have a combined value of over $10 million based on their five-year lifetime product and services value.
The largest deal, with a lifetime value of almost $7 million, saw a Texas-based oil and gas company purchase G7x wearables, supported by G7 Bridge portable satellite base stations, for connected gas detection and lone worker protection.
The other two deals represent new business with current energy customers, each with a five-year lifetime value of approximately $2 million. The first involves the purchase of G7x satellite connected wearables with G7 Bridge base stations and the second includes a combination of G7c cellular wearables and G7x wearables with satellite bridge — all support both connected gas detection and lone worker protection.
The 1,200+ purchased devices across the three companies will include 24/7 live monitoring by Blackline Safety’s Safety Operations Centre (SOC).
“These deals demonstrate the positive impact of the ongoing rebound in the North American energy industry delivering strong growth across this sector for Blackline. Customers in this market see the enduring value of our all-in-one solution to meet the diverse safety needs of workers in an industry increasingly moving toward connected solutions to transform their operations,” said Sean Stinson, chief growth officer, Blackline Safety, in a company statement.
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