Oil and Gas
Resourceful Support in the Quest for New Resources
Oil and gas companies face many challenges as they explore and develop new energy sources in an environment of complex regulations, global competition and challenging economic conditions. Freese and Nichols supports your efforts with a flexible, client-specific approach with custom-tailored services designed to meet the unique needs of each client. You may need a complete range of services to take a project from planning to start-up, or you may need experienced staff to augment your capabilities on a short-term basis. Whatever your situation, we can help you with quality, cost-effective solutions that achieve your goals.
Oil and Gas Engineering Services
We provide a full range of services to support O&G developers and midstream companies across the nation:
- Economic and Feasibility Studies
- Pipeline Engineering
- Compressor and Pump Station Engineering
- Treatment Plant Design and Operations
- Process Design and Optimization
- Due Diligence Investigations
- Regulatory Approvals and Permit Acquisition
- SCADA, Controls, Instrumentation, Distribution and Communications
In addition to these services, Freese and Nichols provides full-service civil engineering, program management, environmental, water supply, construction phase and project support services.
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fueling Stations
Freese and Nichols has teamed with Dallas-based ZeitEnergy to develop CNG fueling stations in several regions across the United States. Natural gas is a cleaner-burning, domestically produced fuel with enormous potential as a motor vehicle fuel for transit, school buses, refuse trucks, service fleets and light duty commercial vehicles. The Freese/Zeit team can support clients' development of CNG fueling projects from initial feasibility studies, through design, construction, start-up and on-going maintenance. Likewise, the Freese/Zeit team has the expertise to implement CNG projects using any one of a large variety of project delivery and funding configurations.