A fully-integrated Environmental, Social, and Governance strategy incorporating SASB Oil and Gas Exploration and Production framework and TCFD recommendations.
Discover how a materiality and risk assessment helped define the client’s ambitions, establish priorities, targets, and metrics; and develop an action plan for ESG implementation and improved performance from operations.
A comprehensive and customized ESG reporting strategy that aligns with the SASB Oil and Gas Exploration and Production framework and references components of the core Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework, the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Prime contractor for all construction, construction management, procurement, QA/QC, of a 100,000 m3 lined freshwater storage reservoir.
Development of a river water intake (10,000 m3/d), water storage tanks, (5,000 m3/day) treatment facility, and 200,000 m3 saline water storage ponds
Design-build turnkey delivery of nine H2S scavenging skids, including two of the largest H2S scavenging skid packages in Alberta.
Design, Build, Finance, and Operation of a dedicated 4,000 m3/d water treatment facility for on-demand water recycle. Provided the design and operation of the facility with guaranteed performance to customer on fixed price $/m3 treatment.
Provided the siting, geotechnical investigation, preliminary/detailed engineering, regulatory package, procurement, and construction services required for 2 x 50,000 m3 saline water storage ponds in NE BC. Collected orthorectified imagery with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), which was used to provide periodic excavation and fill volumes. Provided onsite QA/QC construction services. Successful in obtaining approval from BC Regulator. Implementation of an innovative outtake system.
Developed a water reuse strategy to encourage water reuse to reduce operational costs and maintain the client’s social license to operate.
Evaluate 3 sites and several water intake technology options for a 60,000 m3 per day water intake on the Liard River in British Columbia.
Integrated Sustainability was retained by the client to design a revised river intake that reduces the volume of sediment that is introduced into the raw water supply system. The revised system is to provide increased reliability and easier maintenance. The new design would need to be completed and submitted to receive regulatory approval within a condensed timeline.
The client requested that Integrated Sustainability conduct a water risk assessment that included the evaluation of source water, water use, and associated water-related risks in relation to its operations and anticipated developments.