The perfect place to address all areas of your oil, gas and petrochemical supply chain
Depending on the exact purpose of your oil and gas or petrochemical facility, creating a safe and secure work environment can involve any number of different technologies and strategies. Choose your applicable area below to learn how we can help you develop a roadmap to cost-effectively meet your life safety, security, and infrastructure management goals.
Power Equipment Center
Power Equipment Center
Strategic services and innovation products & solutions create perfect places for PECs
Whether onshore or offshore, electrical houses (e-Houses) have one common goal—to ensure efficient, reliable and safe power distribution onsite. As the global e-House market continues to grow—forecasted to reach USD $1.51 billion by 2023—space, uptime, structural design, fabrication and design compliance, modularity and mobility are all aspects that will continue to stay top of mind for managers of e-Houses, or Power Equipment Centers (PECs) as they are also commonly referred to.
Set in rural locations, 500 miles from civilization, it’s critical that oil and gas man camps maintain employee safety 24/7, given that there are certain areas onsite—such as labs that deal with toxic fluids and gases—within the man camp which are hazardous and life threatening. Given their location, connectivity must be secured back to the global operations office in the event of a security breach or life-threatening emergency. The onsite maintenance crew must also have the operational tools necessary to support centralized monitoring and control, local and remote diagnostics and intersystem connectivity of the man camp.
Strategic services and innovation products & solutions create perfect places for man camps
Through our various comprehensive offerings, we can help you ensure your man camp - including its employees and assets - is fully protected.
Pipeline corrosion and wear-and-tear, at-maximum capacity operation, natural disasters, intentional damage in the form of cyberattacks on industrial control systems used in pipeline operation—there are different categories of risk that continue to threaten pipeline operation today. Which is why you must ensure your pipeline integrity—along the entire length—is not compromised given its necessity to ensure system operations and environmental protection.
Strategic services and innovation products & solutions create perfect places for pipelines
Implementation of pipeline technologies to ensure 24/7 monitoring and analysis is required to maintain and ensure the integrity of your pipeline.
Personnel safety is a critical issue at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal. As demand grows for greater natural gas supplies, we will witness more LNG terminals coming online and as a result, an increase in U.S. LNG exports. This would make the U.S. the third-largest LNG exporter in the world by 2020, according to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. LNG terminals will be challenged to implement more stringent risk-based evaluations regarding design, their location, operations, and health, safety and environment (HSE) impacts.
Strategic services and innovation products & solutions create perfect places for LNG terminals
All my LNG terminal occupants have to be protected. Any uncontrolled release of LNG—which is a highly combustible, cold gas—could result in a fire, explosion or other hazardous situation. It is critical to ensure the proper methods and the right technologies are in place to recognize and prevent gas leaks or fire in its early stages before disaster strikes.
A part of the downstream cycle of the petroleum industry, oil refineries are typically large, sprawling industrial complexes with extensive piping running throughout, carrying streams of fluids between large chemical processing units. They continuously process approximately about 100,000+ barrels of crude oil daily.