U.S. Energy Information Administration, 2015. Annual Energy Outlook 2015. Executive Summary. April 14, 2015. http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/executive_summary.cfm July 28, 2015.
SHN works with energy companies that obtain energy from liquid natural gas, nuclear energy, hydropower, biomass generation, and wind. We are providing civil and geotechnical engineering, environmental services, planning and permitting, and biological support at a liquid natural gas terminal in southern Oregon. We are also creating innovative geologic and geotechnical methods at a nuclear plant decommissioning project in northern California; environmental professionals and geologists are constructing a soil-mix wall that when finished, will allow the excavation and removal of the decommissioned reactor.
The U.S. Energy Information Agency predicts increases in U.S. energy production, categorized by sources of generation. SHN plans to continue assisting the energy industry in the production, transport, development, and permitting of both conventional and renewable energy sources.