Global leaders in oil and gas
INNOVA Global is setting a new paradigm in the oil and gas market across a number of work streams. With an office now in Australia, and a well-established footprint in the US and Canada spanning 40 years, the engineering, fabrication, procurement and construction management company offers clients the best of both worlds; a local focus and breadth of international experience. INNOVA’S full-service suite includes oil and gas infrastructure facilities, air and noise emissions control, acoustic consulting, gas turbine auxiliary systems, heat recovery systems and turnkey buildings. Its oil and gas solutions include services such as gas processing and compression facilities including CO2 and H2S removal, gas storage, water treatment and disposal; FEED studies and associated economics; power generation; greenfield development and planning; brownfield enhancement and expansion, relocatable modular facility design; and more. The company’s success overseas has helped it develop methodologies and solutions that significantly reduce production costs for oil and gas operators, enabling them to typically produce gas tranches of 1 TJ/D for as much as 30 per cent less. INNOVA Global Australasia Business Development director Garth Borgelt said through following the US model of modularisation of packages, the company has lowered production costs and installation times, delivering further value for clients. “This is our commitment and we will continue to roll out this model in Australia,” Mr Borgelt said. “It’s about going above and beyond, exceeding expectations and delivering measurable results. “We make it happen and never stop until your vision is realised.” This month, the company will be taking up a stand at the APPEA conference and exhibition in Adelaide. “At APPEA we will be launching a new program, Experience Platinum, and are excited to share this throughout Australia,” Mr Borgelt said. More information on INNOVA can be found at: www.innova-gl.com or by visiting the team at APPEA at Booth 45.
ATCO’S Golden Spike gas processing facility.