What We Do 2017-04-24T21:09:04+00:00

Exploration and Production

On-shore production facilities and the UK’s largest Natural Gas importation terminals from the North Sea.


Small and large scale liquefaction facilities utilising turbo expansion and mixed refrigerants processes, including pre-treatment and scrubbing plants.

Large Scale Transportation

Loading, unloading and reloading of LNG cargos upto Qmax capacity of 266,000 m3.


Storage of LNG from small scale facilities below 400m3 to large scale of upto 1,000,000mand off-shore FSU and FSRU facilities of upto 155,000m3.


On-shore and off-shore regasification plants with Natural Gas export capacity of over 4,000 m3/per hour.


Small scale vehicle refueling stations, off grid factories and networks and off grid Gas to Power facilities.



Our services are focused on improving the Process Safety at the facilities that we work on, we achieve this by providing clear hazard identification, an understanding of the associated risk with prioritisation ranking, and making recommendations to attain ALARP status. This is carried out by our experienced advisors, associate consultants and engineers, who have the ability to engage with our client’s staff on an operational, management and executive level.


An asset health review consists of a full assessment of process plant equipment, systems, procedures and competencies to provide a complete view of the plants current asset integrity.

The ORA study for major installations is an overview process in which the condition, history and mode of operation of equipment with known asset health issues is assessed together with practices and procedures of the organisation responsible for equipment management.

A review of ageing assets consists of a full assessment of operating and maintenance practices and procedures, in order to determine gaps when compared to the HSE Research Report 509 (RR509) “Plant Ageing, Management of Equipment containing Hazardous fluids or Pressure”.

Conducting reliability studies of fixed and rotating equipment to develop risk based inspection and maintenance strategies, that are based on the knowledge of the risk of failure of critical equipment items. These strategies are developed utilising proven techniques such as Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Development of investment programmes based on asset health condition and operational risks being actively managed.


Advice, support and management of all operational activities ranging from Natural Gas import terminals and transmission systems, LNG receiving terminals and peak shaving facilities, regasification, liquefaction, jetty’s and cryogenic pipelines.

The PSA is the final audit in a company’s structured audit process, and shall be performed after completion of works with regards to systems or sub systems prior to hydrocarbons being introduced for safe operation as specified.

The objective of each of the PSSR’s shall be to ensure that the Project Works have been satisfactorily and safely completed, and that all documentation necessary to ensure safe operations and maintenance is available. The Company can thereby be assured that the Project Works, or any part of the Project Works, may be used and operated in the manner prescribed within the Project documentation.

The objectives for the Operations Readiness Review (ORR) are as follows: Examine the status of the facility management system to commission, operate, maintain and modify the facility in order to meet legal requirements for safety, health, environment and security.

Conducting assessments and audits of MOC processes against best practice to ensure that safety, health and environmental risks are controlled when changes are made with assets, documentation, personnel, or operations.

Advice, support and management of all commissioning activities, ranging from the cool down and start-up of small scale facilities to the large scale storage tanks, jetty’s and pipelines.

Advice, support and management of all de-commissioning activities through to the demolition and environmental disposal of materials used in the storage of LNG.

Completion of ship and truck vetting to ensure that the operations of the terminal are not put at risk by giving assurance that the ships and trucks to be received are in an acceptable condition and compatible with the terminal.

Conduct an alarm management assessment in accordance with the EEMUA publication 191 Alarm management.


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