HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In one of the first cross-border agreements in the energy and environment field following the initial face-to-face meeting between Canadian PM Trudeau and U.S. President Trump, Talis Engineering Inc. (Calgary) and Trident Risk Management, LLC™ (Houston) today announced the signing of a joint venture agreement between the companies. The agreement provides for Talis and Trident to jointly undertake Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management (EPCM) projects globally in a diverse portfolio of industries.
“The skills, experience and capabilities of our engineering firms complement each other extremely well,” states Talis Engineering CEO, Kambiz Tahan. “Customers stand to reap significant benefits.”
Talis Engineering Inc. is well established to provide EPCM services to clients in oil and gas, renewable and conventional power generation, water and wastewater as well as infrastructure. The company’s highly experienced team and unique operation strategy allow for eliminating overhead costs, maintaining high-quality services and delivering cost and schedule certainty on projects. Our innovative ideas and execution methods can provide clients with substantial added value on EPCM services. Beginning from conceptual studies and project scope definition, we can achieve, under project schedule constraints, the comprehensive, detailed engineering and design of new facilities and brownfield modifications and expansions as well as all required utility systems, off-sites and infrastructure.
Our team covers project, program and construction management, procurement, process, civil/structural/architectural, mechanical, piping and pipeline, electrical, instrumentation and control disciplines.
Trident Risk Management has a proven record for safe, successful execution of Oil & Gas field development projects, terminals, and gas monetization projects. The firm’s consultants have represented Owners and Operators during the fabrication and construction phases, and have led facility pre-commissioning, commissioning and start-up activities, as well as hazard identification and assessments and formulation of risk reduction action plans. Over recent years, Trident’s Process Safety specialists and loss prevention engineers have supported clients on offshore floating production systems and subsea tiebacks, central oil processing facilities in U.S. shale plays, a liquefaction expansion project for LNG export, crude oil refineries, and midstream pipeline, gas processing, gas conditioning and condensate stabilization units in the Permian Basin, South Texas, and Midcontinent and Northeast U.S.