One of the greatest challenges of our time is our response to meeting the global demand for energy, energy diversification, Energy storage and Energy security, amidst climate change, urbanization and mobilization.
Our Energy sector team provides qualitative market intelligence, M&A opportunities, business development, operations and project procurement support for clients interested in procuring funded Energy projects in North America and the United Kingdom.
Global energy investment increased by estimate of 8% in 2022, reaching USD 2.4 trillion, with the anticipated rise coming mainly from clean energy, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA)
In its 2021 report, the IEA estimated total energy demand would increase 21% by 2040. Global demand for natural gas is expected to increase 28% and global demand for oil will increase by 17% by 2050.
The fastest growth in energy investment is coming from the power sector – mainly in renewables and grids – and from energy efficiency, according to the IEA’s World Energy Investment 2022 report. The rise in clean energy spending is not evenly spread however, with most of it taking place in advanced economies and China. And in some markets, energy security concerns and high prices are prompting higher investment in fossil fuel supplies, most notably on coal (Source: IEA)
Our clients are focused on developing new markets and clients, increasing market share and delivering large scale revenue in the oil and gas, LNG, solar, wind, wave, storage, biomass, geothermal, waste-to-energy, and electric-hydropower markets.
We make this possible with our team of Market sector leaders, Senior technical leads and Project management professionals (PMPs) from within and across our partnership network. Collectively, the team has helped procure and deliver over $1BN in Construction, Engineering and Environmental projects, over the past two decades.
We partner with clients interested in growth, to plan and execute highly effective strategies to procure new Energy contracts and partners in across of the Energy sub-sectors in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Our team is comprised of seasoned business leaders with direct experience building multi-disciplinary technical teams to plan, position, procure and deliver complex and challenging Energy projects.
Our experience stems from procuring and delivering some of the most complex and challenging energy projects on the planet, in partnership with award winning design engineering firms, environmental professionals and technologists.
Our Energy partners and clients include: Project investors and Entrepreneurs, Large and small utilities owner operators, Pipeline owner operators, EPC firms, First Nation and Indigenous community Partnerships, Large global consulting engineering and Environmental enterprises.
We have built and managed large teams of inter-disciplinary professionals including, Pipeline engineers, Geo-technical, Hydrotechnical, Civil, Structural, Electrical, and Mechanical engineers, GIS and Geo-spatial analysts, Environmental specialists in Air and noise abatement, Seismic activity analysts, Wildlife, Vegetation, Fish & Fish habitat, Forestry, Hydrologists and Hydrogeologists – ground and surface engineering, Spill response planners, Marine Biologists, Contaminated sites clean-up specialists, Emergency and Disaster Management and Operations, Geomorphologists, Flood resilience planners, Flood defense analysts, Run-of-river engineers, Hydro-electrical engineers, Wind, Wave and Solar power system engineers, Climatologists, Architects, Anthropologists and Archeologists.
Environmental regulations are necessary to help combat issues relating to the environment and the conservation and protection of natural resources.
Threats to the environment include global warming, chemicals, climate change, human activity, plastic waste, habitat loss, oil spills, greenhouse gas emissions, acid rain, heat-domes and atmospheric rivers and lakes, deforestation, depletion of natural resources, and the pollution of water, air and soil.
Our team is familiar with the ever-increasing complexity and changing policies and regulations in environmental and political landscape. Such policies, along with emerging disruptive technologies across each discipline in Environmental sciences, are the main sources driving changes to the permitting and regulatory landscape, .
We are deploying AI and big data to monitor and track changes to regulations, to help ensure our clients and their projects are regulatory compliant.
Our partners bring a level of sophistication and experience from procuring and delivering large complex Energy projects, to smaller medium enterprises looking to team and partner across the Energy sector.
Shell Energy, Exxon-Mobil, Chevron, BC Hydro, Fortis BC, Hydro-Quebec, Enbridge, Cenovus, CNRL, Kinder Morgan, Spectra Energy, SASK Power, Devon Energy, Alberta Electric Systems Operator (AESO) Statoil, Husky Energy, Suncor Energy, Bruce Power, Epcor, ENMAX, TransAlta, ATCO, Plains-Midstream, Pembina, BC Hydro, TransCanada, British Petroleum, Shell Chemicals, Imperial Oil and Conoco-Phillips, and more.
Enbridge Northern Gateway, Environmental assessments
Trans Mountain Pipeline, Environmental monitoring
Kinder Morgan Spill response planning
TCPL Energy East, Environmental monitoring, and value engineering
Dartmouth NS Refinery site de-commissioning
Enbridge Southern Ontario Gas pipeline, pipeline engineering
BP Petrochemicals asset disposal, site remediation and reclamation, closure, and abandonment
BC Hydro Bridge River Transmission, Geotechnical Engineering and Environmental
BC Hydro Site C, Environmental monitoring
McKinley Water treatment facility, Construction Project Management
British-General Electrical site remediation and asset disposal
Shell Gas station remediation, reclamation, and restoration.
Suncor Energy SAGD De-commissioning, Project-level conservation, reclamation, and closure planning (PLCRCP)
Alberta Electrical Systems Operator (AESO) Power (Generation, Transmission & Distribution) East Power Transmission Line, GIS Analysis, Route Selection and EIA Risk Assessment
Enbridge Power, Environmental monitoring
Enbridge Power, Ontario LNG Gas Environmental Monitoring
Enbridge LNG Integrity Dig, Fraser Valley, Environmental assessment
TransCanada, Energy East. Environmental monitoring
Suncor Energy, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
We see the energy mix shifting towards Hydro-electric power, Hydrogen power, Synthetic fuels, Solar, Wave and Wind, representing between 30% and 40% of the global energy mix by 2035 and 55% by 2050. Power consumption is projected to increase three times by 2050, driven in part by the demand for electrification of residential, commercial and industrial systems, vehicles and living standards.