Genesis reveals its new and expanded offering
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Genesis announces the launch of its new and expanded scope to include advisory services in both the upstream and downstream domains. This strategic development of the Genesis portfolio also includes expanding into all Technip Energies' markets, particularly the ones aligned with energy transition.
This expansion will be supported by the creation of two business streams – Oil and Gas Services, and Energy Transition and Diversified Services. These services are supported by over 30 years' of extensive experience and a well-established brand to ensure success in these new markets.
The Oil and Gas Services business stream will be focused on the traditional hydrocarbons market, with the addition of midstream and downstream. Genesis has a proven track record in the upstream market with projects ranging from independent to major oil companies. With the addition of midstream and downstream capabilities, Genesis is able to provide high quality solutions and expand into new markets and geographies.
Genesis remains committed to using its expertise and services to reducing the carbon footprint of all projects and operations. Tools such as the Genesis Carbon Assessment Tools (Gen-CAT™) and the Ultra Front End™ (UFE™) Suite have provided a unique offering to this commitment. Therefore, the creation of the Energy Transition and Diversified Services business stream empowers Genesis to continue to grow in the energy transition, digitalization and consulting markets.
These changes are supported by over 1,000 highly qualified engineers and advisors worldwide, leveraging Genesis commitment to its clients in providing high quality energy solutions.
“We are very excited by this expansion of the Genesis high value advisory services, combining all the know-how, track record and expertise of Technip Energies in the advisory market with the aim to better serve our customers. We look forward to sharing with them our new offering and to contributing to the energy transition journey."