Tackling and providing solutions for the toughest issues in the transition to cleaner energy
At Future Energy Partners we have decades of global experience across the energy sector. We’re not like traditional consultants. We’re energy practitioners who have worked for some of the best-known global energy companies.
Our team of experts provides practical technical and commercial solutions for a range of business challenges, manage risks and help clients achieve energy excellence. Singularly or collectively, those solutions can contribute to cleaner, more efficient operations and deliver to the bottom line.
Our objective is to enable leaders to say, with certainty, that their enterprise has a truly effective cleaner energy policy, that the company is taking proactive steps, and that there is every reason to have confidence in the future.
We work with innovative and agile solution providers to identify opportunities to address industry challenges. We then present these solutions to our clients allowing them ramp up their transition to a net zero future.
Overview of services
Future Energy Partners provides Training and ISO standards implementation services to companies irrespective of the sector and size as well as second-party audits in preparation for ISO Certification.
Many people are relying on emission trading schemes to make carbon capture and storage commercial, but it may never be enough to justify CCS investment by itself.
How should a new oil and gas country develop reserves for the benefit of its people – and its economy?
The top priority for any country developing new hydrocarbon reserves will probably be to get revenue and jobs as fast as possible.
We are grateful to Future Energy Partner for helping us though the ISO certification process. The implementation of ISO standards is what differentiates as a company from our competitors and demonstrates our commitment to Occupational Health and Safety Management.
A concerted effort to limit flaring and methane emissions could make nearly 210 billion cubic metres of natural gas available to markets.
I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power!
I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.