The search for new subsea oil and gas fields, particularly in deep water, will continue to grow as older and more mature land-based and shallow-water fields diminish. It is critical that the offshore oil and gas industry maintains energy independence and develops new sources of fuel vital to the global economy. However, the industry faces increased challenges due to expanding frontiers and adjustments to advancing technology in the construction and installation of subsea pipelines; platforms (fixed platforms, SPARS, tension leg platforms, and semi-submersibles); rigs (jack-up and drill ships); and other drilling production equipment.
Interface Consulting has experience working throughout the world with oil and gas owners and operators, marine and drilling contractors, and oil field service and equipment companies on offshore projects in various stages of dispute, from claims to litigation. Clients rely on Interface Consulting to resolve construction claims, schedule delays, and cost overruns, among other complex issues.