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Registered with Texas Board of Professional Engineers Since 2005 | Certificate of Registration F-8502

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Goldmansachs Alumni

Transforming Engineering and Project Development to help companies to meet Climate Net-Zero Emissions Targets and arrive at the Vision 2050.

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At DEMS, We believe Energy Transition occurs at the intersection of Sustainability, Digitalization, and New Energy. As the world population increases, the energy demand continues to grow, leading to new energy systems designed for resilience, affordability, security, and cleanliness. All forms of energy will be required to meet the global demand for energy by 2050. This dual challenge—meeting today’s energy demands while ensuring sustainability for tomorrow’s energy is our passion. To significantly bend the emissions curve over the next decade, it is necessary to shift to new energy systems, while also rapidly decarbonizing the existing infrastructures.

DEMS is helping Oil and gas companies across the globe to quickly adopt energy transition strategies and align with government regulations and public sentiment towards meeting net-zero goals. Our Energy Transition Solutions play a critical part in rapidly implementing these strategies. We provide real-life use cases to demonstrate the effectiveness of adopting this approach in reducing the carbon footprint of our client’s projects and operations across the asset life cycle.

Our Purpose:

We Design and Build the Energy Systems of Today & Tomorrow by Transforming Engineering and Project Development to help companies to meet Climate Net-Zero Emissions Targets and arrive at the Vision 2050.

Our Energy Transition Pillars (Three Core Pillars):

 Energy Transition Graph

Changes to the Oil & Gas, Power, Chemicals & Manufacturing industry sectors focused on increasing efficiency, reducing climate impact, and incorporating more diverse energy sources will require an intelligent data foundation. Digitalization and sustainability are linked and provide opportunities for emission reduction, resource conservation, and as a catalyst for other change.

In the unrelenting drive to operate more efficiently and sustainably, demand is increasing for large-scale capital projects. This provides huge opportunities for industrial organizations, but also requires companies to find innovative solutions to economic and environmental challenges. The increasing pressure from shrinking margins, global competition, and scrutiny of green certifications requires more than just an incremental change in how a capital project is delivered. The industry needs an end-to-end transformation that improves performance at every stage of the value chain. Digital twin technologies are providing the means for this shift - connecting people, data, processes, and technology, while making the most of cloud collaboration. This new way of working provides unrivaled insight and control, enabling organizations to optimize performance across capital projects and operations. Teams work more effectively and efficiently, with fewer risks and less wasted time and resources. With these new advanced capabilities, industries can design and operate facilities that are more efficient and greener than ever before. While the benefits of digital transformation are well recognized, successfully delivering smarter, connected facilities can be challenging.

As industries step into the future, digital twin technology is on track to achieve record efficiency and promote net-zero emissions. A cloud-enabled digital twin connects all capital project stakeholders around a single hub of end-to-end data, processes, and tools that span conceptual design through to handover. It provides the data visualization, models and analytics, training, and maintenance insights required to drive performance transformation in a way that optimizes asset operations.

Sustainability and decarbonization will receive substantial investment. Reaching net-zero emissions by 2050 requires $9.2 trillion in annual average spending on physical assets, $3.5 trillion more than today, according to a new McKinsey report.

We cannot go on with business as usual - that will see global warming of 2.7°C. To limit global temperature, rise to 1.5°C, we must reduce global emissions by half by 2030 compared with 2010 levels, and reach net-zero by 2050.

What Are We Doing to Accelerate Energy Transition?


• ESG investment decision support, portfolio analysis, modeling, and analytics.
• ESG Change management, governance, and business transformation.
• ESG Regulatory, Reporting and Tracking.
• ESG exposure and resiliency evaluation.
• ESG Operational efficiency and optimization
• ESG Operations process re-engineering and strategy.
• ESG Value-based technology adoption and portfolio management.
• ESG Asset Decarbonization.
• Upskilling and Reskilling Talent in Renewables


• Digital Twin
• Edge/Cloud Computing
• Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
• Prescriptive and Predictive Maintenance
• Supply Chain Optimization
• Redefining project transparency and collaboration
• Enable Circular Economy

New Energy:

• Conventional Energy Decarbonization EPC Solutions
• Low Carbon & Renewable Energies EPC Solutions
• Process & Chemical Decarbonization EPC Solutions

Energy Transition

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Spanning upstream, downstream, chemical, and  low carbon solutions,  we can quickly get to work on any project, anywhere. And we deliver it all with lean, agile, engineering, procurement, comprehensive program management, and path of construction led solutions, a great working culture, and a high quality of service.

• Opportunity Assessment & Business Analysis (Business Case Development)
• Conceptual Design & Pre-FEED
• FEED into execution
• Project management contract (PMC)
• Engineering and procurement (EP)
• Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC)
• Engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM)
• Construction Management / Construction
• Commissioning & Start-Up