Antea Group’s major integrated oil company client was divesting its Western Region retail fuel outlet portfolio of 591 properties in 15 states. As part of this process, they desired to transfer the associated environmental remediation related liabilities to a third party under a guaranteed fixed cost agreement.
A global oil and gas company required final decommissioning at a former terminal and blending facility that had been idle for almost a decade. The 3-acre site, located in Durban, South Africa, required the removal of all above and below ground structures, underground utilities, process equipment, buildings, concrete slabs and foundations.
The objective of the project was to demolish the structures to safety requirements agreed upon by the province, port authority and client, so that the client could completely exit the site.
A rapidly growing oil and gas exploration and production company needed a comprehensive business solution to address the newly promulgated greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting requirements pursuant to 40 CFR 98 Subpart W. Looking to expand their oil and gas assets beyond the current nine states and 500,000 square miles, the client required support understanding the consequences of adding additional wells into their GHG reporting program.
The client, a chemical manufacturing company, was separating into two separate companies. As part of the separation process, it was determined that approximately 300 EH&S related permits, licenses and registrations in multiple states required transfer to the new entity in order to allow continued operation.
Antea Group was contracted to identify and quantify potential environmental liability associated with the operational acquisition of a multi-site portfolio of California retail fuel outlets. The objective consisted of characterizing existing petroleum hydrocarbon impacts by developing a custom Phase II baseline assessment scope of work to address specific data gaps identified in previously performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments.
Antea Group was contracted as part of an acquisition team to provide environmental liability and compliance related due diligence services for an approximately 500 location retail fuel outlet portfolio acquisition in the southeast US. The client was a South American energy company making its first retail fuel outlet acquisition in the US, and the project was to be performed under an extremely tight timeline.
Red Sox-branded fuel pumps and CITGO station activities fuel good for foundation programs
BOSTON, Mass., July 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ – This July through October, CITGO Petroleum Corporation, along with its local New England partners, SEI Fuels, H.A. Mapes, Global Partners and Tradewinds, will fuel good for the Red Sox Foundation through the installation of unique Red Sox-branded gas pumps at multiple CITGO stations throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine.