PPI provides timely insight into your energy operations with services and software solutions for quality assurance and asset tracking. Our goal is continuous improvement and operational excellence for ourselves and our customers.
Knowledgeable, skilled technicians from PPI monitor the manufacturing and inspection of components. They act as your advocates throughout the process.
Our differentiating factor is the award-winning, industry-leading QA Reporter. Traditionally, third-party inspection reports are presented in individual quality reports. Each agency presents data differently, and there is no way to easily view quality trends.
With access to our software-as-a-service application, customers can retrieve single reports or view statistical analysis of equipment compliance trends and key performance indicators on demand. Our single system will enable you to make more informed decisions about where to spend.
Our international team of Quality Control Specialists engage suppliers and service providers throughout all stages of product and service-related product realization based on our customer specific needs. We service the upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas market as well as renewable-energy markets. Our processes and procedures for service execution are maintained and documented in our ISO 9001:2015 certified quality management system.
We represent customers at vendor facilities, rig sites both onshore and offshore, customer facilities, and other locations worldwide. We also provide technical staffing services for vendor surveillance on large or small-scale projects.
Our Quality Control Specialists:
Our Coordination and Project Management Team:
Our third-party surveillance for oil and gas projects includes, but is not limited to:
Our renewable energy surveillance and monitoring services are related to wind power services. We perform general vendor inspection surveillance and factory acceptance testing witness services. We provide technical staffing, including rotational offshore personnel.
Our third-party surveillance for renewable energy projects includes, but is not limited to: