PSN Adds V.P. of Business Development to Growing Management Team

Production Services Network (PSN) says that Pat Milam has joined PSN U.S. as Vice President of Business Development.

Milam will be responsible for PSN's U.S. business development strategies and future operational needs.

Zeffrey Lucas, President of PSN U.S., said, "Pat brings invaluable management and operational experience in the energy industry and our key growth areas – Gulf of Mexico, the Rockies and California. His knowledge of these areas and key industry contacts will facilitate new operations for PSN and ensure that PSN's service to existing customers exceeds their expectations."

Milam has more than 26 years of experience marketing products and services to companies primarily along the gulf coast, having held various management positions at several oil and gas service companies. Most recently, Milam was Vice President of Business Development for one of the largest Gulf of Mexico production management companies.

"PSN offers me the opportunity to use my market experience to develop the services we offer and expand customer relationships," said Milam. "I look forward to future growth and success with this highly talented and respected team."

Milam received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Marketing) from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette. He is a member of the American Petroleum Institute, Society of Petroleum Engineers and the American Association of Drilling Engineers.

Production Services Network (PSN) is a major, independent, international service contractor to oil, gas and other process industries. Our consistent growth and success is founded on an operational network of more than 8,000 people, working in 25 countries, across five continents. Specialising in the energy sector, PSN has a 25 year operational history and a mature network of personnel equipped to target projects in any location worldwide. PSN was formed on May 1st 2006 when CEO Bob Keiller and his management team completed a $280million management-buy-out from KBR Halliburton. PSN is now one of the top ten largest private Scottish companies, turnover forecast at over $1 billion, with an order book worth more than $2billion and work secured to 2013.