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Storage Transmission and Distribution

Storage Transmission and Distribution

Advisian provides strategic solutions and technical innovations to address water storage and transmission challenges around the world for clients in the hydrocarbon, infrastructure, energy, chemicals and mining & metals industries.

Clients today face growing pressures in water management throughout the water lifecycle from sourcing to treatment to safe disposal including re-use.   
In the context of increasing competition for water and other natural resources, Advisian’s team of water experts support our clients to find efficiencies in water use and innovative solutions to storage and transmission of water to support their facility needs.

Throughout the water cycle, our clients face growing pressures to increase efficiencies in natural resource use and innovative ways to make every drop of water go further. Advisian provides strategic services to understand our clients water balance across the entire development, the treatment required for strategic reuse of effluents and produced water streams, and the storage required to meet seasonal fluctuations in supply.

Advisian’s water team have been working with IPIECA to support the development of guidance documents outlining the identification and assessment of water sources to support facility development, as well as a guidance document outlining to processes to gain efficiencies in water use.

Advisian understands that efficiencies in water use and storage across the facility drive significant capital savings through reduced pumping, pipeline and power needs. Our water specialists provide solutions that address the whole water lifecycle from resource assessment and management to treatment and reuse that result in savings to your bottom line.

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