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We have used ULS for a quick, easy and cost-effective translation service. International requests from our customers for detailed info on our brands are no longer an issue using the ULS translators. Highly recommended!

John Paterson

General Manager

drpawpaw.com

Oil, Gas, Energy

The global energy sector is international both in its makeup and its impact, affecting the lives of every single individual in the industrialised world.

Commodity trading is a fast-moving and highly competitive business, while projects are typically on an enormous scale and highly internationalised, which is why high quality translation and localisation services are so important.

At Universal Language Solutions we specialise in environmental and energy related translations. We support clients to communicate with stakeholders spread across the globe, thus contributing towards their delivery of outstanding service to customers, and helping them to stand out in new markets and meet business objectives. We have vast experience in green energy, renewable energy, smart grids, carbon capture & storage (CCS), petroleum and more.

We use only professionally trained translators who are both native speakers of the required language and also energy industry experts. In such a technical, complex field with industry-specific jargon, it is vital that your translated documents are accurate both in content and in context. After all, technical terminology is not universal and errors in the energy sector can be extremely costly. The experience of our translators transfers into better quality writing, which is extremely important in the delivery of instructions or a work of scientific journalism.

We can translate or localise for projects including the following:

  • Project lifecycle documentation
  • Technical, operating and training manuals
  • Inspection reports
  • Maintenance and repair records
  • Health and safety documents
  • Exploration and environmental reports
  • Contractual and compliance documents
  • Bids and tenders
  • Desktop publishing
  • Marketing materials
  • Web content
  • Business and legal correspondence