Optimize Your Energy Records Management With Better Control Of All Your Data

As an Energy Information Management professional, you are responsible for many types of valuable energy records and legacy data. You face increasing regulations, at multiple levels of government and failure to respond quickly, and completely, to audits, investigations and media inquiries can have significant financial consequences for your organization and may even threaten your brand image.

Add to that the fact that every asset operating in the Energy industry today has a footprint of legacy data. Some of these energy records are decades old, in dated formats and in many different locations. It’s challenging to produce what you need in a useable and timely manner, especially when significant records and information are not yet included in your electronic repositories.

What if you could:

  • Gain peace of mind about the scope and health of your energy records management program.
  • Receive improved visibility, control, protection and accessibility of your records.
  • Get more value from the investments you’ve made in electronic content systems and repositories.

Solutions for Energy Records Management

Iron Mountain’s comprehensive Energy solutions bring together our unsurpassed records management and security expertise with in-depth experience in energy data management. We can help you improve the inefficiencies involved in managing both physical and digital records. Our global coverage means that our services and resources are available worldwide. Our Energy solutions are built on the following products and services:


Fundamentals of Records Retention Schedule
Fundamentals of Records Retention Schedule

Topics: Store and Protect Information

A records retention schedule is the cornerstone of an effective records management program. It is a policy document that defines an organization's legal and compliance recordkeeping requirements. A company implements a records retention schedule in order to ensure that its records are kept as long as legally and operationally required and that obsolete records are disposed of in a systematic and controlled manner. The records retention schedule is intended to ensure that employees adhere to approved recordkeeping requirements, and that they do so consistently.