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Oil and gas translation services

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A proven track record for oil and gas translations

EVS Translations is a translation company specializing in language services for the oil and gas industry. Our clients include leading E&P companies, consultancies, manufacturers and even law firms working within the oil and gas sector. Our in-house team of highly specialized translators and proofreaders has more than 20 years of experience in providing high-quality language services to corporations with a global footprint. Streamlined workflows and dedicated account managers guarantee consistent and cost-effective solutions for projects of every size.

If you are looking for a reliable translation partner that values quality and customer service, then contact EVS Translations UK.

High volume translation

    We are currently working on a big assignment for a global energy company. Over the past 3 months we have translated about 480,000 words mainly from French into English, but also involving other languages such as Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian.The project consists of a wide range of documents including: texts related to regulations governing oil shipping, well drilling and environmental stipulations; internal health and safety guidelines; equipment manuals; and marketing materials. More specialized texts cover well examinations, well design procedures, perforation charges, and surface control connections. The project is still ongoing.

Geographical translation

    In the second phase of a project that first involved the translation of the contractual framework for extraction operations, we are now translating geographical surveys, geohazard assessments, well designs, project plans, well prognoses, and drilling summaries from English into French and vice versa for an operation in New Guinea.

Upstream and downstream projects

Our technical translators are trained in industry-specific concepts and terminology unique to the oil and gas sector, ensuring consistently accurate translations and localizations of your documents. Experienced proofreaders ensure that the translations meet the international quality standards EN 15038 and ISO 9001:2008. This approach is ideal for clients in exploration and productions where consistency and expertise are paramount.

If you would like to discuss your upcoming projects, enquire about prices, delivery times, and our additional energy translation services, please call: +44-115-9 64 42 88.

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