Mustang Engineering, a subsidiary of international energy services company John Wood Group PLC, was named one of eight finalists for 2008 System Integrators of the Year awards. Mustang Automation and Control is a leading provider of engineering, integration and implementation services for automation, control, and information systems to the upstream oil and gas, refining, chemical, and process industries. Recent major projects include ExxonMobil Asia Pacific's Singapore Parallel Train project and the Chevron Tahiti deepwater project.
"The System Integrator of the Year award evaluates and recognizes world-class system integration firms based on more than just annual revenues," said Don Colchin, business unit manager of Mustang Automation and Control, "and we are honored to be selected to the list of finalists in our first year of participation." Each firm was judged on achievements in the areas of technical expertise, business skills, and customer satisfaction.
Participating system integration firms were divided into three annual revenue categories, with Mustang participating in the largest revenue category of over $25 million.
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