Leveraging our global technical network and ability to remain nimble, we build a team around your challenges. Today’s engineering problems are a complex mix of challenges and considerations. Kleinfelder brings unique Oil & Gas experience to help you accurately diagnose and effectively solve them.
Our extended capabilities coupled with our early project knowledge enables success over the lifetime of your asset.
Technical expertise to assist with financial close.
Portfolio valuation and assessment to minimize risk and assist in deal positioning.
Inventory and lifecycle management of infrastructure.
Navigation and proactive solutions in an ever-changing regulatory environment.
Kleinfelder’s services continue as the Owner’s Representative, once the project moves from the design/permitting phase to the construction phase.
Staff augmentation to assist with construction management.
Quality control for specification adherence and construction performance.
Kleinfelder’s permitting services span from local entitlements through complex State and Federal approvals.
Hydrological engineering for CLOMR and LOMR permitting.
Completion of Individual Site Permits or Nationwide Permits.
Completion of Initial Study, EA, EIR, EIS, and relation studies.
Zoning modifications, Use Permits.
Includes full design specs for construction, or partial design, for an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) approach.
Scope, schedule, and budget management for entire design process.
Design and specifications for power sourcing.
Design specifications and detailing for foundations, well pads, and compressor stations.
Grading plan, access roads, SWPPP, erosion control, and hydrology.
These services have proven successful in understanding both opportunities and constraints to ensure project viability.
Confirmation of construction suitability and early evaluation of potential foundation options.
Surveys to understand nature and extent of biotic, cultural, and wetland issues, with potential to impact site development.
Visual representation of all site encumbrances noted within the Title Report or entered into public record.
Quick review of project, specific land attributes that could impact project cost and schedule.