FERTILIZER, NITROGEN, & POTASH SERVICES
Control Costs & Improve Reliability
The global demand for fertilizer is growing, and the speed in which farmers can sow their crops during the planting season creates a high demand for safe and reliable asset performance in fertilizer, nitrogen, ammonia, and potash manufacturing facilities and terminals.
At E2G, we work with owner-operators to increase the long-term reliability and safety of all equipment and assets in a facility. Our multi-disciplinary team provides consulting services, software, and training to help prevent future failures, manage risk, control inspection costs throughout a facility’s lifecycle, and meet jurisdictional requirements.
Learn More About Fertilizer, Nitrogen, & Potash From E2G's Experts
Improve safety and reliability
Improve business continuity
Avoid costly equipment downtime
Increase inspection effectiveness
Fertilizer, Nitrogen, & Potash Consulting Service Areas
E2G's Industry-Leading Software
E2G’s state-of-the-art cloud-based software tools help you make informed decisions to keep industrial assets safe and operating at optimal production levels. Our fully integrated software supports all aspects of equipment lifecycle management by integrating the latest API/ASME codes and standards with the depth of E2G’s engineering experience.
E2G Software Tools:
E2G offers virtual and in-person training courses to support your professional growth, wherever you are in your career — new hire, mid-career, or expert. You will learn from a team of highly skilled and knowledgeable engineers who have 20+ years of industry experience. All E2G training courses qualify as activities for API’s new CPD hours and align with the latest API and ASME codes and standards.
E2G employs some of the most talented engineers in the industry – we are your “go-to” consultants for the hard-to-solve problems. E2G is internationally recognized in the refining, petrochemical, and chemical industries as a leader on aging infrastructure services and support. Our team combines their extensive experience with state-of-the-art technology to help extend the lifecycle of your existing assets and create safe operating environments.
- Are the primary authors on WRC 528 and WRC 562
- Serve as lead investigators on API 579, API 571, and API 581
- Have served as the API 520 task force chairperson for more than 25 years
- Are members of API sub-committee of mechanical equipment (SOME)
- Are certified ISO VCAT-IV vibration analysts