In a competitive market, meeting in-service schedules is more important than ever. Timely project completion represents significant savings and a competitive edge for our clients. E & E works hand in hand with our pipeline clients’ environmental, engineering and construction teams to achieve project success.
We apply our experience on over 50,000 miles of pipeline and more than 200 pipeline and gas storage projects worldwide to streamline permitting processes. We efficiently address regulatory requirements and integrate workable mitigation into pipeline design. E & E has helped our clients to successfully construct in environments ranging from the Arctic to the tropics by applying innovative environmental protection.
- Routing/Critical Features Studies
- Environmental Reports for FERC Applications
- Applicant-prepared Environmental Assessments
- Environmental Impact Statements, including Third Party
- GIS Data Evaluation and Mapping
- Environmental Permits
- Wetland Delineations
- Air Quality Modeling
- Cultural Resource Surveys and Recovery Plans
- Geologic/Soil Surveys
- Water Quality Studies
- Land Use/Socioeconomic Studies
- Endangered Species Surveys/Biological Assessments
- Marine Studies
- Revegetation/ Erosion Control Plans
- Construction Monitoring/Inspection
- Due Diligence for Property Transfer or Acquisition
- Assessment and Remediation
- Public Involvement Plans/Stakeholder Engagement
- DOT Pipeline Integrity Management
- Carbon Strategies
In 2010, in recognition of its work on the GIS/GPS mapping for siting of the Ruby Pipeline, E & E received the Diamond Award for Engineering Excellence in the Surveying and Mapping Technology category from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York.
As project environmental coordinator, E & E helped Kern River Gas Transmission Company and Williams Gas Pipelines meet spiraling West Coast natural gas demands by conducting the envi¬ronmental work needed to bring expanded pipelines and compres¬sion systems on line.
E & E provided comprehensive support for the environmental siting, planning, and permitting of the proposed 674-mile Buccaneer Pipeline, which includes a 407-mile crossing of the Gulf of Mexico.
- Laurie Weaver