Backed by an 85+ year history of operating within the Asia Pacific region, Wood is proud of its longstanding partnerships, underpinned by our proven ability to optimise asset performance, drive capital efficiency and deliver for our customers.
Wood has been present in the Caspian region for over 20 years. We combine our strong knowledge of the area, global expertise across the entire asset life cycle and experience required to operate successfully in the harsh and complex environment of the world’s largest land-locked body of water.
The Middle East is a key growth area for Wood. We have maintained a presence in the region for over 7 decades; helping design, build, operate, maintain, and modify some of the world’s largest and complex facilities.
Wood is strategically located throughout Latin America and the Caribbean in a variety of sectors including oil and gas, refining, chemicals, water, mining, energy, industrial plants and facilities and communications.
Wood experts discuss how they teamed up with client Northumbrian Water at the recent innovation festival to develop new approaches to decarbonising water operations. How are water companies challenged in achieving decarbonisation and efficiency goals for our future? How is the annual Water Innovation festival helping to solve these challenges? How will the outputs bring water operators one significant step ahead in their path to carbon neutrality?
Wood experts continue the discussion on mining towards 2050 in the face of today’s uncertainty. What is the new normal for the mining industry? How can mining companies unlock the value of ESG? What does the path to net zero look like for mining companies?
In the face of today’s uncertainty, Wood experts discuss commodities, market outlook and building resilience for our future. Are commodities today following typical supply demand patterns? Is this period of volatility different from others? How is the mining industry being impacted and why is it proving to be more resilient than others?
Wood experts continue the conversation on what’s next for mobility in the backdrop of COVID-19. They discuss how the pandemic will impact urban growth in 2020 and beyond, the role of electrification and autonomous vehicles in our future and what the new normal of mobility looks like.
In the current backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wood experts discuss how the pandemic crisis brings a shift in priorities for transportation companies as they move through and beyond recovery, what changes are we seeing in the demands on our public transport system and how tracking tools will be used to reshape future travel demands.