Energy industry services firm Senergy has made a number of key new appointments.
The company, which provides fully-integrated project and asset development services across the energy industry, anticipates creating up to 80 new positions by the end of May, as a result of increasing demand for its services.
The new appointments include Allan Mathieson becoming global technical head of project management and carbon capture and storage (CCS team leader) and Andrew Jones taking up the role of Asia Pacific energy services manager in power engineering.
Senergy has also appointed two subsurface managers – Don DiBenedetto for the Middle East and India region with Ronald Hoogenboom responsible for the Asia Pacific region.
Alasdair Buchanan, Senergy’s chief operating officer, said: ‘Our continued success across all our areas of specialist services and technical expertise is providing Senergy with a solid platform to ensure future growth. The appointments of Allan, Don, Ronald and Andrew to our senior management not only brings additional, valuable experience but reinforces Senergy’s ambitious vision to become the industry-leading energy services expert.’