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Well-Centric fuels expansion plans with appointment of new business development manager

Posted by Jenny Adams

03-Apr-2018

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Well-Centric, a leading independent specialist in well integrity for the global oil and gas industry, has announced the appointment of a new business development manager.

Michael Scott joins the company to support its growth strategy and will be focusing on the commercialisation of the company's growing well integrity technology portfolio and further business expansion in global markets, notably the US, Middle East and Asia.

Prior to his appointment, Michael was technical sales manager for strategic projects at Babcock LGE. This followed an extensive business development and engineering career which included leading Rig Control Products expansion in to Singapore.

Gary Smart, Well-Centric CEO, said: “I'm delighted to welcome Michael to Well-Centric at an exciting time for the business. We are looking to support and grow our customer base and develop our product lines further, significantly increasing Well-Centric's market share in both domestic and international markets.

“We have ambitious plans for the future and Michael's expertise across our range of specialisms and his wealth of experience will help leverage these new opportunities.”

Commenting on his appointment, Michael said: “I'm looking forward to an exciting future with Well-Centric as they embark upon a period of new growth and investment. In the current cost-conscious environment, our customers, particularly those with mature assets, are looking for efficient but innovative solutions which are delivered to the highest quality. Well-Centric can deliver this in an unrivalled product and service package which differentiates us and drives repeat business.”

Well-Centric, alongside Well-SENSE Technology, ClearWELL Oilfield Solutions and Pragma Well Technology, is part of FrontRow Energy Technology Group. This is a group of complementary upstream oil and gas technology focused businesses bringing new solutions to market to meet industry challenges and reduce costs.



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