G2 Partners Acquires Eagle Information Mapping
Houston-based energy industry strategic advisers G2 Partners has expanded its offerings to the midstream energy and petroleum industries by acquiring Eagle Information Mapping. A provider of geographic information system (GIS) solutions, Eagle enhances G2’s ability to supply integrated integrity services to the energy sector through the addition of a comprehensive suite of software solutions and processes designed to improve reliability and safety.
“Eagle’s resources and tools significantly enhance our ability to deliver integrated solutions for our client’s most complex integrity challenges,” said Vance Fairchild, CEO of G2 Partners. “Eagle’s suite of software solutions and services, combined with G2’s integrity engineering depth, allows us to deliver end-to-end solutions for managing integrity risks and assuring our clients’ compliance with current and emerging regulatory requirements.”
Founded in 1991 and also headquartered in Houston, Eagle has extensive oil and gas industry experience in the governance of pipeline, exploration and production data. Eagle provides consulting services and software tools for business process automation and data lifecycle management in support of pipeline integrity management and regulatory compliance.
“G2’s integrity engineering focus and pipeline industry experience is an excellent fit with our product and service offerings,” said Tracy Thorleifson, Eagle’s president. “Both organizations share an intense focus on strong client relationships and leverage deep industry experience to deliver high quality solutions to customers.”
G2 Partners is a full service pipeline and asset integrity group headquartered in Houston, with offices in Denver, as well as Concord, California. G2 works alongside pipeline operators, utility companies and other energy stakeholders offering such services as engineering, regulatory compliance, integrity management, environmental management and operation of energy assets.Eagle Information Mapping, G2 Partners, GIS Mapping, mergers and acquisitions
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