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Case Study: Selby Power Plant

If you would like to view & download a PDF of Selby Power Plant case-study, click here. We are on social media – find us on; Facebook, Twitter, Google+ & LinkedIn.

Polyethylene pipe fusion explained: Part 2

In part one of our mini two-part series on polyethylene pipe fusion, we talked about the process behind ‘butt fusion’, and explained how it’s the main method used to connect PE pipes for gas connection – you can read it here. In this blog, we’ve explained the basics of ‘electro-fusion’ – a method of fusion […]

Meet the Team – Daniel Thomas

What’s your job title? Project Manager/Planner.   What does your job involve? My position is a dual role. My main job will be as a Project Manager overseeing the engineering side of the business. As I also have previous experience in planning, so I will be supporting the Project Planner with the organisation of projects […]

Polyethylene pipe fusion explained: Part I

At Squire Energy, carrying out new gas connections is what we do. Designed by our expert engineers and installed in-house by our teams, we create new networks of gas pipe infrastructure using pipe fusion across the UK, working on projects ranging from commercial and industrial consumers to residential and mixed-use developments. Most of our pipes […]

Meet the Team – Stuart Thomas

What’s your job title? Senior Project Manager.   What does your job involve? Primarily managing my team, meeting with clients, customers, contractors and suppliers, keeping a watching brief on quality and health and safety, and using my experience to ensure that we always provide the most economic and best fit service for our customers. We […]

In the Press – Energy World

We’re delighted to have featured in the April issue of Energy World. One of our Directors, Mark Halsey, offered an insight into a Squire Energy project – the installation of pipework for a Peak Power Plant in Selby. You can read the full article here.   We are on social media, find us on; Facebook, […]

Peak Power Plants Explained

Looking around 21st century Britain, it might be hard to believe that the UK is consuming less energy that it did 1998. Despite a widespread proliferation of electronic devices and a growing population, the total of amount of energy use has fallen by 17% in the last two decades*. Electricity usage specifically experience a 1.9% […]

International Women’s Day: Q&A with Louise Boccaccini BSC CEng MIGEM

This year, the International Women’s Day theme is ‘Press for Progress’, buoyed by the current strong global momentum for women’s equality. Now, more than ever, it’s important for communities and industries worldwide to promote gender inclusivity and strive for gender parity. At the moment, the UK gas industry is imbalanced when it comes to the […]