We provide sustainable environmental management solutions at corporate, project and operational levels ensuring compliance with legislative and corporate requirements. Our reporting methods and software calculate, forecast and follow-up on planned and unplanned discharges to the environment and climate gas emissions. Our experience includes environmental planning and approvals and developing technical solutions, procedures and practices for environmental management.
We develop, assess, audit and review environmental management system documentation for oil and gas, and ports and shipping. Read more
We assist operators and chemical suppliers with sound documentation of chemicals Harmonised Offshore Chemical Notification Format (HOCNF). Read more
We undertake project management and preparation of documentation to meet in-country regulatory requirements for onshore and offshore resource activities. Read more
We coordinate and prepare EIA’s in line with global standards and in-country regulations for onshore and offshore activity approvals. Read more
We conduct risk assessment of offshore activity impacts on the marine environment, marine species and vulnerability to pollution. Read more
We advise approaches to offshore maritime emergency response for unplanned events that have a net benefit to the marine environment. Read more
We assist with marine environmental compliance within Safety Management Systems for ISM, IMO, MARPOL and in-country regulations. Read more
We provide personnel to work as integrated members of our client’s team, in the office, on the rig or at the well site. Read more
ProjectMethods for estimating direct hydrocarbon emissions from the NCS had not been updated for 20 years, and Norwegian Environment Agency needed to assess new methods to assure that correct numbers are reported.
What we didadd energy conducted the assessment in close co-operation with the industry by in-depth meetings with process and operational experts in the operating oil companies. The assessment included emission source mapping of 68 offshore installations operated by nine different companies.
- 47 common sources were identified
- BAT were proposed for all the sources
- A basis for new improved estimation methods was proposed