Addressing Industry Challenges
Simply, even the toughest of industry-wide challenges can be solved with the right combination of experts working with enabling tools and techniques.
Our vision drives us to address industry-wide challenges head-on. Our experts love a challenge and we look for quick, fit-for-purpose ways to solve problems. Our integrated organisation and culture means we can have experts from wide-ranging disciplines working together and thinking creatively about a problem. We work in partnership with technology partners, regulators, industry bodies, universities and our Clients as we strongly believe we can only deliver a responsible energy future by working together.
Here are some of the challenges we are currently thinking about:
- Energy Efficiency and Electrification
- Supply Chain Readiness for US Offshore Renewables
- Commercial Readiness for Floating Wind
- Maintaining a Social License to Operate
Check out our work on best available technology for energy efficiency.
Our continuous optimisation approach provides a quick win in reducing the carbon footprint and energy intensity of oil and gas assets. By implementing our digital twin in real-time, we can help you achieve real savings simply by making small changes to daily operations.
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