WKC Lands Double Award Within East Asia’s Oil and Gas Industry

WKC were recently awarded two acoustic design and build studies on two high-profile downstream projects, one in Indonesia and the other in Singapore...

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10-YEAR SPECIAL (Part 9) – Not All Heroes Wear Capes!

In this article we tell the story of one of WKC’s most valued and long-standing members of their team, Dipak Hirlekar...

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10-YEAR SPECIAL (Part 8) – Dubai’s Environmental Consultancy Talent

The latest in our series of articles celebrating WKC’s 10-year anniversary takes a look back at Greg Ashcroft’s time with WKC and gives some insight into what is still...

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WKC Group’s New Central London Office!

WKC have recently moved into new premises in Blackfriars, central London. The move was overseen by WKC’s new UK Manager and Partner, Richard Palmer...

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10-YEAR SPECIAL (Part 7) – Welcoming Dr. Ben Boardman

In the latest in our series of articles celebrating WKC’s 10-year anniversary, WKC’s most recent member of their senior management team answers some...

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Map Mangroves

We are hearing about ‘Artificial Intelligence’ and ‘Machine Learning’ in many aspects of modern life, claimed to be able to dramatically improve our overall...

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10-YEAR SPECIAL (Part 6) – Growth of a Graduate

The latest in our series of articles celebrating WKC’s 10-year anniversary tells the story of two WKC senior consultants, Ashley and Shivani, and how they have...

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EIA Consultancy Registration with The Royal Commission for Jubail

Following over a decade of providing consultancy support to major projects in the Middle East, WKC joins an exclusive list of officially registered third-party EIA...

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10-YEAR SPECIAL (Part 5) – From Ballito to International Consultant

The latest in our series of articles celebrating WKC’s 10-year anniversary tells the story of WKC’s Abu Dhabi Office Manager, Shaun Pearce. Shaun went from...

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Using Space-Based Technology for Remote Sensing in Libya

Accessing sensitive areas and undertaking field surveys in a country with on-going armed conflict poses obvious challenges. Oil and gas production fields and...

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