Regular inspections help energy industry clients mitigate risk and stay on top of changing regulatory requirements.

America’s Energy Sector faces numerous environmental challenges to ensure safe, efficient, and cost-effective power is available. This includes early due diligence for potential infrastructure, multi-media baseline monitoring and inspections during start up and production, and long-term environmental legacy evaluations. Modern has worked with our clients concerning electrical power transmission, unconventional gas production, wind power, and solar grid development.

Featured Energy Services

  • Pipeline Inspection and Investigation

    Modern Geosciences provides Pipeline Inspection and Investigation services to assess pipeline integrity and regulatory concerns and mitigate business, property and environmental risk. […]

  • Phase II Site Investigations

    Modern Geosciences has extensive experience designing and implementing on-site Phase II site investigations to confirm, locate and identify recognized environmental conditions (RECs) or concerns. […]

  • Phase I ESA

    The Phase I ESA standard represents the most common tool for environmental due diligence. However, no two sites are the same. While many firms offer this service, Modern Geosciences has a highly trained staff that is often called on for the most complex and challenging properties […]

  • Perimeter Monitoring

    If you work in an industry where you may contribute to air quality concerns, you need to understand not only your contribution but also the context of perimeter levels coming and going from your site. This can be accomplished with perimeter monitoring services. […]

  • Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR)

    As industrial operations become more common within urban settings, leak detection and repair (LDAR) approaches need to be updated to account for increased public and regulatory scrutiny. Modern Geosciences is a leading innovator in the LDAR community and can help you find and address issues before larger concerns occur. […]