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While the energy landscape shifts, we're helping to keep the lights on.

As quickly as the energy transition gathers pace, the pressure on onshore operations increases. At every stage, our clients are looking to improve efficiency, reduce liabilities, improve tech, be more innovative. All while operating sustainably and navigating a sea of ever-changing regulations.  

In the age of green hydrogen and renewable power, we believe it’s our job to help keep onshore operations viable.

Capital efficiency is critical

As the demand for oil and gas evolves, we need to find new ways to produce more cost-efficiently  and maintain performance inside assets. This is our area of expertise. We improve efficiency by changing behaviors, as well as through engineering solutions. We improve the way you work, simultaneously boosting business performance and meeting sustainability targets.

Our global network of local experts has assisted with the design, construction and upgrade of hundreds of traditional onshore plants globally. We believe we have a responsibility to make sure these operations are still as clean and smart as they can be, ensuring their legacies don’t impair either the companies that created them – or the communities they operate in. 

Securing your social license and legacy

There are many challenges to overcome when it comes to environmental social licenses and acquiring permits. We have experience of community consultations – and have recently formed a joint venture with a first nations Indigenous group. 

We’ve supported and secured permits for onshore projects in some of the world’s most hostile and remote environments. From Arctic permafrost to the deserts in Saudi Arabia. Greenfield and brownfield. Conventional and unconventional. Whatever the location and project, our consultants can partner with you to meet field development challenges – before they arise. 

By partnering with you, we can help you deliver more efficiently

To do it, we believe we need to look at the energy transition more broadly. We need to think differently about the complexities traditional onshore development and operations create. And we need to make better decisions around issues such as carbon, water and community.

We’re here to help. So if you have any questions about where onshore goes from here, just ask.