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AME Consulting Ltd.

Engineering Consulting

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AME Consulting Ltd. is a private and locally-owned Alberta-based engineering firm. Our organization of highly skilled engineers and construction managers has been formed through international connections that were established on high profile mega-pipeline projects.

Our unique combination of engineering and construction experience provides first principal and fit-for-purpose engineering, along with practical experience to present a full and complete solution to our clients. AME staff and contractors are some of the most highly skilled in the oil and gas construction industry, with specific skills in mega-pipeline projects and high hazard activities such as steep slopes, trenchless design and critical lifts.

AME Consulting Ltd. (AME) is well recognized by many major oil and gas companies in Canada and many renowned European engineering companies. We have been sought out by construction companies currently working on major pipeline projects for our expertise in these challenging construction activities. Our clients have strong confidence in our work and we are regarded as the ‘go to’ people for going beyond desktop engineering to develop practical solutions for difficult and unique problems,

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TransCanada — Tamazunchale Extension Pipeline Project — Innovation Highlights (Extended Version)
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TransCanada — Tamazunchale Extension Pipeline Project — Innovation Highlights (Extended Version)

TransCanada overcame many technical and operational challenges during construction of Mexico's Tamazunchale Pipeline Extension natural gas project. More than 2,000 residents in Mexico were employed during construction of the 230 km (144 mile) Tamazunchale Pipeline Extension. Local and international contractors were key to successfully building the pipeline through some of Mexico’s most mountainous terrain. Crews used innovative engineering and leading-edge construction techniques that included boring through a mountain with a 672-meter micro tunnel and a cable crane system to install the pipeline on a steep mountainous slope. TransCanada has a 25-year natural gas transportation service contract with the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), Mexico’s state-owned power company. The pipeline has a contracted capacity of 630 million cubic feet a day. The pipeline used a combination of 30- and 36-inch-diameter pipe. “The completion of the Tamazunchale Pipeline Extension marks another milestone in our decade-long commitment to building new energy infrastructure in Mexico,” said Russ Girling, TransCanada’s president and chief executive officer. “The successful completion of the extension will bring additional supplies of clean burning natural gas to power electric generation facilities in central Mexico.” The Tamazunchale Pipeline is part of TransCanada's network of natural gas pipelines that extends more than 68,500 kilometers (42,500 miles), tapping into virtually all major gas supply basins in North America. TransCanada operates one of the largest natural gas transmission networks in North America, transporting approximately 20 per cent of the continent's daily natural gas supply. We are North America's third largest provider of natural gas storage and related services with more than 400 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of storage capacity. We own or have interests in 21 power facilities with the capacity to generate 11,800 megawatts (MW) of electricity, enough to power nearly 12 million homes. One-third of the power we produce comes from emission-less sources including nuclear, hydro, wind and solar. Subscribe to us on YouTube: Related Links Learn more about TransCanada: Read the latest TransCanada Blog: Follow us on Twitter @TransCanada: Follow us on Twitter for employment opportunities @TransCanadaJobs: Connect with us on LinkedIn:
How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy

How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy

Turning waste into energy has usually meant incineration - that is, burning our trash. But this method has major environmental drawbacks. Gasification could be a better alternative. It’s an old technology that proponents hope to repurpose as a cleaner and more economical waste-to-energy solution, and now a number of companies in this space say they’re on the verge of commercialization and expansion. We produce over 2 billion tons of waste per year, a number that's expected to grow by 70% by 2050. We've long sought ways to turn all this waste into energy, but this has usually meant incineration - that is, burning our trash - a method that many environmentalists say is far too polluting. A better solution may lie in gasification, an old technology that advocates are trying to repurpose as a way to deal with our waste. Gasification companies don't burn trash, instead they turn into a synthetic gas, in a process they say is both economical and eco-friendly. This synthetic gas can then be converted into a wide variety of end products like electricity, diesel fuel, hydrogen fuel, or ethanol, depending on whats most valuable in any given market. While in the past, gasification companies have struggled to scale-up and meet their energy production targets, now companies like Sierra Energy, Enerkem and Plasco say they're ready to commercialize and expand. » Subscribe to CNBC: » Subscribe to CNBC TV: » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: Follow CNBC News on Facebook: Follow CNBC News on Twitter: Follow CNBC News on Instagram: #CNBC How Gasification Turns Waste Into Energy

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AME Consulting Ltd. is registered and in good standing with WorkSafeBC and WCB-Alberta.

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