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EnerMech Target High Value Energy, Renewables and Infra Contracts  With Senior Management Team Appointment

EnerMech Target High Value Energy, Renewables and Infra Contracts  With Senior Management Team Appointment

 

Integrated solutions specialist, EnerMech, has appointed James Compston as Strategic Sales Director in a drive to ramp up activities in the international energy and infrastructure sectors.

Mr Compston will be responsible for driving the strategy, pursuit and delivery of multi-million pound contracts with a focus on the global defence, renewables, integrity management and infrastructure markets.

Since 2013, Mr Compston was Senior Vice President of Business Development at SNC Lavalin incorporating since 2017, WS Atkins. He also spent 13 years with PwC where he led non-audit services to clients including global operators, oilfield services, engineering and construction.

In his early career, he held a commission in the British Army to the rank of Major and was involved in NATO operations.

Based in the UK, he will take the lead in developing strategy and securing multi-million pound contracts with a focus on the global defence, renewables, integrity management and infrastructure markets.

Working with EnerMech’s Chief Development Officer, Behzad Kazerani, and reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer Christian Brown, he will work alongside John Grover who is based in Dubai and holds the same remit for developing EnerMech’s business in the eastern hemisphere.

Christian Brown said, “Adding James Compston to our management team provides us with a very strong hand in developing our existing relationships with key global clients and for exploring new opportunities in the wider infrastructure space.

“His wide ranging experience in senior business development roles is a welcome quality and aligning with John Grover, they will both be instrumental in driving forward our international integrated services offering for complex energy and infrastructure projects and operating assets.”

EnerMech is a global provider of integrated services and employs more than 3000 staff across 40 locations in the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Caspian, Asia, Africa, Australia and Americas.

James Compston added: “EnerMech is well established in the traditional energy sectors and I will be looking to borrow on that success and to develop its footprint in new markets. The integrated services we can offer and our highly skilled workforce and track record for completing complex workscopes, puts us in a strong position to take our business to the next level.”

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Published: 09-09-2020

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