Consistent and cost-effective translation solutions for energy producers, utility companies, manufacturers, and consultancies.
Translations for the energy sector
EVS Translations is a translation company specialising within the oil and gas industry. Our clients include the leading E&P companies, environmental consultancies, manufacturing companies and even law firms working within the oil and gas sector.
EVS Translations has a team of qualified and highly experienced translators to cover the translation of all document types. Our technical translators have extensive experience of the industry-specific concepts and terminology unique to the oil and gas sector, guaranteeing consistently accurate translation and localisation of your documents.
Oil & Gas translator teams
Our DTP specialists and File Engineering department assist our technical translation team by providing all pre- and post-formatting solutions, ensuring that the translator is always translating in a familiar translation environment and making sure you receive a full translation solution. We can also provide competent interpreters for your oil & gas event.
If you have a specific requirement that you would like to discuss personally with our local Nottingham contacts, please fill out our enquiry form or give us a call on +44-115-9 64 42 88.
Oil & Gas specialist translations
Below are just some of the documents our oil and gas specialists translate on a regular basis:
For a number of years, when considering energy resources in Western Africa, there have been essentially 3 locations – Nigeria, Algeria, and Angola. However, thanks to recent discoveries by a global partnership headed by Edinburgh-based Cairn Energy in West Africa’s Transform Margin, the aforementioned trinity may have to make way for Senegal. Read more
From the commodity trader to the end consumer filling up his gas tank on the way to work, everyone has noticed the recent and dramatic fall in the price of oil. From roughly 2010 until the middle of 2014, the average price for a barrel of Brent crude oil was $110. Read more
Struck by an earthquake and followed by a tsunami, the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant lost the use of its cooling systems, which caused a meltdown in three of the six reactors. While the 2011 tsunami affected many lives, in a more collective sense, it changed the way that Japan viewed what had been considered … Continue reading Japan after Nuclear Power
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