Energy industry asset integrity specialist Wood Group Intetech (WGI) announced Tuesday that it is growing its Malaysia team in response to “heightened demand for its services”.
The firm’s expanding client base has enabled it to appoint new technical staff members to support a “continued demand” for WGI’s materials selection, corrosion studies and risk-based inspection consultancy expertise, which has driven its recent growth, according to a company statement.
Dr Andrew Spowage, engineering manager for Asia Pacific at Wood Group Intetech, said in a company statement:
“In the ‘lower for longer’ oil price environment, solutions that can reduce cost, improve efficiency and increase productivity remain top of the agenda. We’re helping operators manage the integrity of their existing assets so that they can make better decisions that maximise value across their operations.”
WGI Founder and Managing Director Liane Smith said in a company statement:
“The team in Malaysia has done a fantastic job in supporting our local clients, and the fact that we’re in a position to expand is a huge testament to their work. Our continued effort in delivering high quality, high value services is paying off – cementing our reputation for delivering on time and to a world class standard.”
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