About UMC Engineering

We harness the power of engineering, data, and science to redefine what's possible.

Wherever you are in the world, in whatever industry, you can rely on our international teams of experts to provide specialized solutions to make your business faster, simpler and more efficient.
“At UMC Engineering, we are proud of the important work we do. It is a privilege to work every day with so many talented people who are dedicated to our values, care about our customers, and make the communities where we operate better places to live.”– Robert S. Lamy, Chairman and CEO
Asset Integrity Management (AIM)
Corrosion Services
Crude Oil Assay
Exploration & Production Services
LNG Services
Shale Oil and Gas Services

We are global

Operating in the oil and gas industry demands knowledge and experience of the refining industry and its unique procedures. Crude oil assay, the intricacies of refining, effective database management, marketing by-products and managing distribution are all vital aspects of this final stage of the supply chain.

At UMC Engineering, we possess decades of experience in supporting clients in the fullstream sector as they work to ensure their products are as desirable as possible.

Natural gas transmission and midstream

Our natural gas pipelines connect North America’s most prolific natural gas supply basins to the continent’s largest demand centers—New York, Chicago, Boston, Toronto, Vancouver and Seattle—and to liquefied natural gas (LNG) and Mexico export markets as well.
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    Algonquin Gas Transmission

    Algonquin transports 3.12 Bcf/d of natural gas through 1,129 miles of pipeline in New England, New York and New Jersey

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    An offshore pipeline, Gulfstream extends from southern Mobile County, Alabama, across the Gulf of Mexico into Florida, with the capacity to deliver 1.30 Bcf/d of natural gas to Florida. Gulfstream is jointly owned by UMC and Williams Partners

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    BC Pipeline

    The 2,858-km (1,776-mile) BC Pipeline serves as the backbone for natural gas infrastructure development in British Columbia. Stretching from Fort Nelson to the Canada/US border, at Huntingdon-Sumas, the BC Pipeline transports about 60 percent of the natural gas produced in British Columbia, and supplies about 50 percent of natural gas demand in the American states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho. The BC Pipeline can transport 2.9 Bcf/d of natural gas, and consists of two systems—Transmission North (T-North) and Transmission South (T-South).

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    Southeast Supply Header (SESH)

    The 287-mile SESH links the onshore natural gas supply basins of east Texas and northern Louisiana to Southeast markets now predominantly served by offshore natural gas supplies from the Gulf of Mexico. It has 1.09 Bcf/d of capacity

Protecting our people and the environment

We believe in doing the right thing always. Our teams strive to make every day one with no injuries, accidents or harm to the environment.

We achieved 153 Perfect HSE Days in 2019. The Perfect HSE Day means all employees go home safely to their families and the environment is not harmed.

Management Team

Our executive management team supports the long-term interests of shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, and the communities where we do business.

We're executing on a three-year strategic plan to refocus on our low-risk pipeline and utility assets, and to position our company for future success.