Energy & Chemical Companies

Energy Security

Energy Security & Chemical Facility Security

Modern society requires a source of low cost, accessible energy in order to function. Keeping that energy safe and accessible is of critical importance.  Any disruptions be they environmental, economic, or political; natural disasters, the volatile nature of market prices, sudden embargoes, and the actions of military forces and terrorist factions can all produce energy crises in nations that are unprepared for such contingencies.

In order to effectively address these threats, federal governments and chemical facilities must closely work together.  The Department of Homeland Security established the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) as a way to improve the integrity of security measures in industrial facilities that use or produce high-risk chemicals.  CFATS requires each of these chemical facilities to assess their operation’s inherent vulnerabilities and implement security plans that directly address them.  By utilizing a third party to vet and assess the success in implementation of CFATS (and other standards), along with developing risk reduction measures and developing plans to counter terrorism, financial fraud, cyber-security issues, espionage, and other relevant security threats, an energy company can ensure they are well placed for whatever threats they may face.

The Guidry Group is a leader in the energy security field, currently working for most of the large, global oil and gas companies.  With decades of experience in oil, gas, nuclear, and other related industries, we consult with federal and industry officials to provide our clients with a comprehensive strategy that will address the challenges associated with each stage of energy security, from the production or purchase of energy to its transportation and distribution.

Our services deliver not only risk reduction and safety improvement, but analyses show significant cost savings have been realized by our clients through the reduction of extraneous costs, incidence of accidents and preventable industry risks, and streamlining the security infrastructure for a more efficient operation.