At the end of January 2020, the Translation Rating agency published the results of a study on oil and gas translations in Russia. AWATERA was recognized as a leader among translation providers, with a portfolio worth 337 million rubles.

We have 15+ years of extensive experience in oil and gas sector translations and, during this time, have completed thousands of projects. We provided translation and interpreting services during the construction of the Nord Stream gas pipeline (Nord Stream AG)—the longest offshore gas pipeline in the world. Over the course of five years of construction, we provided over 15,000 pages of oil and gas translation and more than 3,000 person-hours of interpreting.

Our company works with major customers: Bashneft, Inter RAO UES, Nord Stream 1, Nord Stream 2, Kazakhstan Association of Oil and Gas and Energy Sector Organizations.

AWATERA covers the full range of services for the oil and gas industry:

  • written translation;
  • linguistic support for verbal communication;
  • DTP design;
  • translation of videos and training materials;
  • translation of uneditable files, such as PDFs, scans, drawings, and reverse conversion into the desired format.

Our company's translation workflow utilizes technologies that allow for effective team organization, centralized quality assurance checks, the use of unified glossaries, and saving translation memory databases—we transfer them to the customer after a project's completion.

Another essential aspect of working with oil and gas companies is confidentiality. AWATERA ensures this through the signing of NDAs with each project participant. We use materials codification systems for issuing estimates and bills—without transmitting confidential information. We can implement full confidential translation cycles in a closed information environment using the customer’s platform.

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