Tag: EnerMech

EnerMech Wins First LNG Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning Contract in Canada

EnerMech Canada has been selected to deliver its specialist mechanical pre-commissioning and commissioning services to a large LNG facility in British Columbia, Canada.

EnerMech Promotes Alison Hazell to Marketing and Communications Director

EnerMech has bolstered its senior management team with the promotion of Alison Hazell into the newly created position of marketing and communications director.

EnerMech Announces Global Strategy Director

EnerMech has strengthened its senior leadership team with the promotion of Kenny Anderson to the newly created role of strategy director.

EnerMech Adds Daniel McCarthy

EnerMech has announced that Daniel McCarthy has joined the company as its strategic proposals director to help accelerate its planned growth across the business.Mr McCarthy started his 18-year career in the oil and gas, engineering and construction sector at Kentz, which was later acquired by SNC-Lavalin in 2015.

EnerMech acquires Denholm Oilfield’s valves business

EnerMech is a global engineering services group with locations all over the world, including a regional headquarters in Houston, Texas.

EnerMech acquires EPS Group

Engineering services specialist EnerMech has made its first entry in to the electrical and instrumentation (E&I) sector with the acquisition of EPS Group in Australia and the Americas.

EnerMech invests USD20M for USD 78M growth

Mechanical engineering group EnerMech announced at OTC in Houston that it has invested more than USD 20.2M as it steps up its drive to cement its presence in the US and Mexico. A recent move to a new 50,000 sq ft workshop, office and storage facility near to Houston’s Energy Corridor has been followed with a USD 14 million investment in new Process, Pipeline and Umbilical (PPU) equipment and in opening a base at Villahermosa, Mexico. For the Aberdeen headquartered company, the lure of the Gulf of Mexico and its deepwater projects is strong and the strategic investment is already paying off with confirmation of a number of PPU contracts in 2014 worth up to USD 9.3M. The headcount stands at 40 but Vince Kouns, president of EnerMech’s US operation, expects that to grow to 120 by the end of 2013 with turnover more than trebling from USD 6.2M – USD 23.3M, and trebling again to USD 78M in 2015. The company has a lengthy connection to Houston through respected hydraulics specialist Norson Power which was acquired in 2010 and Kouns, along with VP Alan Sweeney is focussed on replicating that success in PPU, cranes and lifting, equipment rental, valves and training services.