February 2015

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HP Project Management: Outsourcing creates opportunities beyond engineering

The present “shale revolution” has generated opportunities in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) industry that even a few years ago would have seemed fanciful. Billions of d..

Thorne, A., Air Liquide Global E&C Solutions US Inc.

The present “shale revolution” has generated opportunities in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) industry that even a few years ago would have seemed fanciful. Billions of dollars of investment in the US Gulf Coast (USGC) region are being planned or have been announced. This has led to increased demand for all resources in the EPC value chain, most notably for engineering talent, as early phase proposals, studies, front-end engineering design and early execution works are underway for a variety of projects. At the same time, moving engineering work to high-value centers (HVCs) to take advantage of lower-cost engineering talent (a trend observed in a variety of ind

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