UK BASED INDEPENDENT
L2 Business Consulting Limited are an UK based independent technical consultancy providing advice to the nuclear, oil/gas and other high hazard industries.
L2 was established in 2009 as a team of industry experienced technical specialists based in Newcastle upon Tyne, providing services to clients throughout the UK and internationally.
The L2 approach to delivery is based upon solutions from decades of real implementation experience, not just the consultancy theory. We ensure our customer's success by providing named experienced personnel who are dedicated to your projects.
Our aim is to support companies across the entirety of the asset cycle, from project inception, through construction, operations, decommissioning and site remediation. L2 provides independent advice through the application of proven solutions based on experience to allow customers to achieve their objectives, ensuring delivery to programme, cost and importantly regulatory acceptability.
L2 operates an integrated management system (IMS) that complies with the required regulatory requirements and standards for the sectors in which we operate. Our IMS is third party accredited to ISO9001:2015 by LRQA.
Updated European Commission Reference Document on Monitoring of Emissions to Air and Water from IED Installations
The European Commission (EC) has published the final draft reference document for Monitoring of Emissions to Air and Water from those installations covered by the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). The IED is transposed into legislation in England and Wales by the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016, via the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland)…
Nuclear Safety Systems – Institutional Strength in Depth
‘Defence in Depth’ (DiD) has become a fundamental aspect of the analysis of the adequacy of technical systems to ensure nuclear safety. It provides a systematic means to analyse and ensure layers of systems to prevent or mitigate accidents. This was discussed in International Nuclear Safety Group (INSAG) publication Defence in Depth in Nuclear Safety…
Environment Agency extends environmental permit regime to existing on-shore oil and gas facilities
On 22 May 2017, the Environment Agency updated its Regulatory Position Statement (RPS 392) dealing with the application of the environmental permit regime under Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 to existing on-shore oil and gas facilities. Since 1 October 2013 the Environment Agency have taken the view that operators of new onshore oil…