Peritus reported it is quickly emerging as the one to watch in the competitive global subsea and floating systems engineering sector, winning contracts in each of its three regions while acquiring significant new talent.
Just three months after its launch, Peritus' Perth office, the Asia Pacific HQ, has already won contracts for several key clients including Woodside and Apache.
The company's London and Houston offices have also established a presence in those critical markets. Peritus' London operations are the focus for projects in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and work has commenced on the Middle East to India Gas Pipeline for (MEIGP – the world's deepest pipeline system). In Houston, work is in progress supporting GE Oil and Gas in its preparation of final documentation on the subsea systems for Exxon Mobil’s Kizomba Satellites project offshore Angola.
Meanwhile, the Peritus team has been bolstered with the addition of Thyl Kint as global head of Floating Systems based in Perth, Dr Jie Fang as global head of Risers based in Houston, Dr Chin Teh as global head of Flow Assurance based in London, Bill Neilson as Engineering Manager in London and David Kennare as Director of Operations in Perth.
"The addition of these highly skilled new team members has added to Peritus' wealth of management and engineering experience. Our goal is to be highly flexible in our approach to meeting client's needs, while achieving success via attracting and retaining the best minds in the business," said Peritus International CEO Steve Hindmarsh.
"Our recent success winning substantial contracts in all of our regional centers, as well as the addition of three highly sought after engineers, will further position the company to deliver expertise to the offshore provinces of the world for both capital expenditure and operational expenditure clients."
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