NWE is one of the most trusted third-party inspection company in Nordic Countries, with extended service to different regions around the of our globe. Our multi-talented industrial experts meet the inspection needs clients in the field of Oil & Gas Chemicals, Process Industries, Urban Infrastructure, Power & Renewable, Marine, Desalination & Transportation. 

The key focus of our inspection is to verify that the product, process, or asset strictly adhere to the code of compliance, safety standards and client specifications. We rigorously maintain the quality of the product throughout the lifecycle of a project with stringent quality assurance and quality control system.

We assist our client in carrying out inspection as per the approved inspection and test plan or procedures, on various stages such as Material Inspection, Pre-fabrication fit-ups Inspection, Welding Inspection, Post Weld Heat Treatment, Pressure Testing and a final inspection before dispatch.


Achieving project deadline is challenging for the energy sector with increasing complexity in production, and supply chain process. Our expeditors within depth knowledge, provide quality inspection, testing, field and desk expediting services in Nordic Countries and worldwide.

We expedite the production, packing and delivery of the project milestone keeping in mind the critical two constraints, quality and time. We continuously monitor and track the performance with the manufacturer and update the status to our clients to run the entire process smoothly and efficiently.

We take corrective action quickly and promptly to avoid any potential delay or damage to improve the order progress as expected by the client.


  • Technical Input to Procurement Packages 
  • Structural, Mechanical and Piping Equipment
  • Implement & Maintain Overall Materials Strategy in Projects
  • Detailed knowledge of NORSOK Standards and International Oil & Gas Related Industry Specifications
  • Follow-Up/ Witness Activities Related to Manufacturing & Fabrication
  • Detailed knowledge of Equinor Technical Requirements (TRs)


  • Preparing Welding Procedure Specification (WPS)
  • Reviewing the practicality of Welding Design in a Fabrication and Installation DrawinPreparing Welding Sequences
  • Delivering a Welding Procedure Qualification Records to 3rd Parties
  • Repairing a Welding Joints or Repair Welding
  • Interpretation of Standards, Rules and Regulations
  • Welding Inspection for different Processes and Materials


  • Preparing NDT Procedures
  • Reviewing the Accuracy of NDT Methods
  • Preparing Qualification Procedure for an NDT method
  • 2nd & 3rd Party NDT Witnessing
  • Reviewing and Interpretation of NDT Scans and Reports
  • Interpretation of Standards, Rules and Regulations
  • Assessment of NDT Operators
  • Level 3 in PAUT, ToFD, MT, UT, RT & PT


  • We Support Customer Issues Related to Corrosion


    • Corrosion Prevention and Control Best Practices
    • Corrosion Inspection and Monitoring Programs
    • Protective Coating and Paints
    • Cathodic Protection Design
    • Damage Mechanism Diagnosis & Root Cause Failure Analysis
    • Metallurgical Investigation & Analysis
    • Fitness for Services (FFS)
    • Corrosion Management
    • Pipeline Integrity Management


  • Fitness for service definition:

    Fitness-for-Service (FFS) (also referred to as Fitness-for-Purpose) is an assessment that is carried out using the best-practice industry standards(API 579, BS 7910,…) . The FFS assessment evaluates the structural integrity of an asset/component to determine whether the asset/component is suitable for its intended use. The Fitness-for-Service (FFS) assessment provides a quantitative measure of structural integrity and is part of asset integrity management. The assessments are used to highlight the need for replacement or repair of assets/components.

    Fitness for service benefits:


    • Fitness-for-Service can be applied throughout many stages of an asset’s life including design, fabrication and operation
    • It can be used for plant life management, including life extension programmes
    • It reduces the requirement for unnecessary repair and replacement
    • The assessment encourages a higher standard of safety and availability of equipment, including being able to determine equipment residual life
    • The assessment combines previous knowledge and findings to optimise maintenance and inspection



    The application of fitness for service:

    The FFS assessment can apply for any pressurized equipment such as pressure vessels, piping, pipeline, storage tanks, boilers, heat exchangers, also any metallic structures such as offshore facilities or bridges.