Platinum Environmental Solutions provides our private, commercial, and oil and gas clients with transaction support due diligence services. Prior to engaging in each service, we meet with the client to develop a business risk acceptance matrix, and environmental risk tolerance basis of decision.
This allows a meeting of the minds between the client and consultant, increasing the probability of providing the correct information and recommendations, thereby reducing the need for rework and delays in final deliverables.
Platinum Environmental Solutions uses the ASTM- E1572-13 standards in performing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and environmental due diligence reporting. This provides the user with the All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) protections under the law.
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Subject Matter Experts
Platinum Environmental Solutions will use our 23+ years of experience and the risk acceptance matrix developed with each client to provide third-party technical consultations and review of regulatory and risk-based environmental assessments and remediation planning.
Platinum has engineers registered in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Kansas, North Dakota and New Mexico to support your remediation design requirements.
With over 20 years’ experience in the environmental oil and gas industry, Platinum Environmental Solutions will also perform desktop reviews for potential oil and gas property transactions, and provide on-Site inspections with asset evaluations of oilfield equipment and potential environmental risk/business risk summarizations for pipeline corridors, pad sites, tank batteries, disposal facilities, and any other facility required as part of the planned transaction. We will include a summary of findings report that includes potential regulatory issues based on the most current regulations, and our thorough knowledge of the industry.
We can also provide wetlands assessment and delineation services in-House, and have agreements with threatened and endangered species (T&E species) habitat assessments and SHPO archaeological evaluations.