With offices near Aberdeen, the Oil Capital of Europe, and the thriving financial sector of Edinburgh; we are ideally placed to support Scotland’s many industries including Oil & Gas and industrial environments from pharmaceuticals to distilleries. We are a contract based engineering consultancy offering simple, cost-effective, solutions for industry. We have team of highly qualified and extensively experienced consultants.
What services do we offer?
- Preparation and Maintenance of Client’s Ex Equipment Register
- Implementation of Ex Strategies to Comply with Clients Maintenance Plan
- Provision of Competency Assured Technicians
- Maintenance of Ex Equipment
- Installation of Small Design Scopes / Modifications
- Design, Implementation and Support of Bespoke Software Solutions
All the above activities are supported by Qualified Service Managers, Project Engineers, Project Coordinators and Administrative Staff.
We are able to offer cost effective, technical solutions to meet all the latest industry legislation and standards.
Our own competency management system ensures personnel are fully qualified and trained in all aspects of the particular discipline they are working within.
Using Our Services
Our staff have experience with the following companies
- US House panel studies E&P impacts on water suppliesMembers split along party lines on May 16 as a US House Natural Resources Committee subcommittee considered whether US above-ground and underwater supplies are protected adequately from potentially damaging leaks or spills from onshore oil and gas exploration and production. Democrats felt more federal regulation is needed while Republicans said... Read more »
- API: US petroleum markets remained solid in AprilUS petroleum markets turned in a solid overall performance in April, according to the latest Monthly Statistical Report from the American Petroleum Institute. Crude oil production sustained a record-tying 12.1 million b/d while total petroleum demand was the highest for the month since 2007 at more than 20 million b/d.... Read more »
- ExxonMobil: Permian basin work to benefit New MexicoExxonMobil Corp.’s development of Permian basin resources in New Mexico will generate $64 billion in net economic benefits for the state and local communities over the next 40 years, according to a study conducted for ExxonMobil by Impact Data Source.... Read more »
- MARKET WATCH: Oil benchmarks gain for third sessionCrude oil benchmarks gained on markets in New York and London for a third consecutive trading session May 16 with light, sweet crude marking its biggest single-session gain in 3 weeks as the June contract closed above $62.80/bbl and the July contract closed above $63/bbl.... Read more »
- IHS Markit: COTC process seen doubling profitsCrude oil-to-chemicals (COTC), a new chemical process technology, could more than double the profitability derived from a barrel of crude oil, according to IHS Markit. Based on its analysis, global, integrated refining and petrochemical companies currently earn about $8.50/bbl of refined crude oil. By leveraging the COTC process technology in... Read more »
- MARKET WATCH: Crude prices rise on geopolitical concernsBenchmark crude oil prices gained modestly while traders and analysts monitored US-Iran tensions. Light, sweet crude oil prices gained to settle above $62/bbl on the New York market on May 15 while the Brent contract for July gained modestly to approach $72/bbl in London.... Read more »
- EPA issues draft study of how onshore wastewater is managedThe US Environmental Protection Agency issued a draft study on how the agency, states, Indian tribes, and other stakeholders manage wastewater from onshore oil and gas extraction. The undertaking will leverage expertise from those groups to identify challenges and opportunities surrounding the potential benefits of reusing the wastewater, said David... Read more »
- US House bill would curb oil, gas methane emissionsUS Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colo.) introduced a bill aimed at limiting methane emissions from oil and gas operations on May 14. “If we’re going to be serious about fixing the climate crisis, we have to be serious about curbing the release of methane into the atmosphere,” she said.... Read more »