Solihull-based Cambridge Carbonates Ltd were recently given the great honour of being featured in the esteemed Parliamentary Review.
The Parliamentary Review is a publication which aims to share best practice amongst policymakers and business leaders across the country.
Cambridge Carbonates, who have their headquarters in The Courtyard on Warwick Road, are geologists providing expert advice to the oil and energy sectors and were included in the Energy Specialists section of the 2019/20 edition.
Company directors Jo Garland and Andy Horbury subsequently attended a gala event at the Houses of Parliament.
In the Review, the company - with a turnover of around £1million per year - explained:
"Our core project work consists of repeat consultancy projects with established clients, often as a long-term service contract. This pattern has developed as a result of the trust our clients have in us in terms of reliably delivering models and interpretations of complex problems in our field of expertise.
"This results from our depth of experience, acquired over a considerable period of time, in key technical and geographical areas. We have a particular historical focus on Mexico, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait and to some extent Syria.
"At present, we see that the general level of activity in the petroleum sector is picking up again, significantly in some of our key areas, which gives us both new opportunities and an incentive to update, for example, some of our older multiclient work, in anticipation of new orders.
"Having said this, we are also very interested in pursuing further new venues of work with the geothermal energy industry and metalliferous mining, here we feel that application of concepts and workflows developed within he petroleum sector could be extremely advantageous to industries such as these."
Originally founded in Cambridge in 1993, it's great to see the company continuing to flourish as part of our thriving Solihull business community.
You can read the 2019/20 Parliamentary Review here (Cambridge Carbonates feature on p25-27):