Senergy Holdings Limited announced that a rapidly expanding business footprint across Africa, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia Pacific has led the energy services company to relocate to larger premises in London and Jakarta.
These moves come as a result of growing demand for the company’s expanding portfolio of energy services and also to accommodate anticipated growth in Senergy’s global talent pool.
Senergy, which was ranked as number 10 in a 2013 league table of the UK’s fastest growing private international businesses, provides fully-integrated project and asset development services across the energy sector.
The firm’s new riverside office at Brettenham House, Lancaster Place in central London, houses an integrated team of technical and commercial consultants delivering expertise to the Africa, Southern Europe and Former Soviet Union region, as well as technical niche support through Senergy’s worldwide network. The 9,330 square feet (866 square meters) premises will initially accommodate the company’s 60-strong London workforce, with this figure expected to increase to around 80 in the coming year as more drilling, geoscience, commercial services and sales staff arrive. Three meeting rooms, a training room and three video conferencing systems form part of the new facilities.
Core services offered from the London offices include drilling operations, production geoscience and reserves and asset evaluation. In addition, specialist fractured reservoir modelling, geophysical operations, unconventional development, geomechanics and renewable energy services are also provided from the base in the heart of the UK’s capital city.
At 2,700 square feet (250 square meters) and situated within Sudirman Central Business District in Jakarta, Senergy’s new Indonesia office will have dedicated video conferencing and private meeting space. The facility has capacity to accommodate the growing workforce Senergy expects to recruit in the region in coming years.
Well engineering and drilling project management, as well as petrophysics and field development plans are dealt with from Jakarta. In addition, the base provides expertise on reserves and asset evaluation (RAES) with regard to mergers and acquisitions across the Asia Pacific region.
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