As new technologies emerge, the oil and gas industry is growing worldwide. In addition to traditional locations in Russia and the Middle East, the oil and gas industry is expanding to new hot spots all over the world including Brazil, Algeria, Venezuela, Nigeria, Mexico, Greenland, Indonesia and Angola, to name just a few. As the industry expands, so does the need to communicate effectively in other languages.
Global Languages helps you communicate globally with all sectors of the oil and gas industry. As a full-service translation company, with offices in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil’s largest oil and gas hub), we work with many languages and have provided services for companies in countries such as the United States, Colombia and Norway.
Professionals in the oil and gas industry rely on our translation and localization expertise
The oil and gas industry is extremely technical. Our highly trained technical translators are not only qualified in translation, but also have advanced knowledge in the oil and gas industry, giving you the peace of mind that your project will be of the highest quality, overcoming any language barriers.
You can’t translate what you don’t understand
That’s why we require all of our translators and proofreaders to have expertise in the Oil and Gas Industry. Our meticulous Quality Assurance system is the most thorough in the industry, with a system of checks in place throughout the entire process – from the selection of the project translators to the final review of the translated document.
Documents translated by Global Languages
Global Languages has extensive experience in translating a wide variety of documents related to the oil and gas industry:
• Technical manuals
• Project specifications
• Environmental and social impact assessments
• Legal documentation
• Economic studies
• Drilling reports
Whatever project you are considering or implementing, whether offshore or onshore, Global Languages is ready to become your reliable partner to handle all project-related language translations.
Simply contact us or call the Global Languages office in your region.