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Oil, gas and petrochemicals

Water is a scarce and vital resource requiring complex and costly processing. From desalination and treatment for potable supply, to separation and management of produced or process water; the challenges of efficient water management require specialist engineering talent.

Our Water & Wastewater team are experts in both physical and CFD hydraulic modelling, network analysis and rheology that underpins management, resource planning, cost reduction and legislative compliance.

Your Needs

Challenges in design, validation and optimisation can result in lengthy project times and costly delays. The importance of engineers experienced in fluid engineering, hydrodynamics and computational simulation on the profitability and safety of extraction and fluid transport systems cannot be overstated. We have experienced engineers who understand the problems associated with process monitoring, dosing, rheology and modelling (both physical and computational).

Our Experience

Our Water & Wastewater team provides core expertise in hydraulic modelling and network analysis underpinning asset management, hydraulic efficiency, improved safety and reliability and lower construction and operational costs.

Our approach is to work in close co-operation with you to understand the specific and individual needs and drivers, so that we can provide solutions that are both technologically sound and commercially viable.

Alongside access to some of the industry’s leading practitioners, availability, reliability and procedural integrity are factors that are paramount to your choice of partner – and these are fundamental to the service we provide. At BHR Group, we believe that a deadline is a commitment; on time and on budget, with no compromise in quality.


  • On-site engineering
  • Validation testing and/or numerical simulation
  • Failure analyses and condition assessment
  • Contract and collaborative research
  • Material and stress analysis including FEA
  • Fluid flow analysis including CFD
  • Liquid, gas, solid flows in pipes and components
  • Flow in pipes, pressure loss, friction, turbulence flow in control and metering devices
  • Fluid permeation or diffusion through materials
  • Pump, valve, actuator, fittings
  • Fluid and material contamination and degradation
  • Noise, vibration and cavitation
  • High pressure and temperature components
  • Seal and sealing system integrity or leakage
  • Surface coatings and surface roughness
  • Proof, fatigue and burst pressure
  • Product development