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more than 20 years active service in the
US Army with more than 18 years in oil
and gas drilling, completion, and production experience in various engineering and
sales roles. He joins Wellsite Fishing and
Rental Services from Peak Completion
Names new Vice President, Sales
Gary Prentice has been promoted to
Moore Industries-International’s Vice
President of Sales.
He will manage
all company sales
responsibilities including direct sales
management of the
The Netherlands, China,
and Australia of- fices.
Prentice has been with Moore Industries since 1993 and has over 36 years in
process control industry experience. He
has served as National Sales Manager in
charge of regional sales manager teams
within the USA and Canada and has
served as Sales Manager in New England
and eastern Canada.
The new Vice President, Sales graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania.
Acquires Plexus Wellhead Business
TechnipFMC has reached an agreement with Plexus Holding plc to acquire
its wellhead exploration equipment and
services business for jackup applications.
The business will integrate into TechnipFMC Surface Technologies segment. It
will include key personnel from Plexus to
ensure continuity and ongoing customer
C&J ENERGY SERVICES
Buys cementing business
C&J Energy Services has purchased O-Tex
Pumping cementing business for approximately $245 million from White Deer.
As O-Tex is the second largest
cementing business in West Texas, it
meets C&J’s criteria for strategic growth
in expanding its scale, geographic reach,
and customer base of a core service line,
according to C&J CEO John Gawick.
Names Global Chief Executive Officer
Mark Jones has been named Global Chief
Executive Officer of InterMoor, provider
of mooring services,
and offshore installations in subsea services group Acteon.
President at Acteon,
Jones’ key objectives
in his new role include building more
structure and greater
focusing on areas of growth and mobilizing
new services across the regions.
VCC Technology for JPRC
KBR announces an engineering agreement for the residue hydroprocessing unit
at the Jordan Petroleum Refinery expansion project. It follows an earlier decision
for KBR as selected licensor for its Veba
Combi Cracking Technology.
KBR will provide basic design for
the unit using its VCC slurry phase
hydrocracking technology, capable of
processing a wide range of feedstocks
and enabling production of fuels meet-
ing environmental specifications without
further upgrading. VCC technology will be
implemented at JPRC’s Jordan refin-
ery and will be the core of the facility’s
expansion plans to increase production to
Awarded ethylene technology Contract
HPLC Mittal Energy Ltd. Has selected
CB&I for license and basic engineering of
a 1,200 KTA mixed feeds ethylene plant
for the Guru Gobind Singh refinery in
CB&I scope of
work includes recovering refinery offgas
and integration with
the ethylene plant,
hydrogenation, and detailed engineering
for its proprietary highly selective Short
Residence Time VII cracking heaters. The
Bathinda plant has capability of being
expanded to 1,500 KTA.
To perform refinery compressors revamp
Burckhardt Compression has been chosen
to perform revamp of existing process gas
compressors for hydrogen application at
PAZ Ashdod Refinery — second largest oil
refining facility in Israel — as the government there tightens its HSE regulations.
Burckhardt Compression will also restore
compressors performance of another
OEM, besides upgrading all three hydrogen compressors to the latest technology
including API 618 compliance.
Contracts for RPAS within Queensland
Insitu announces a contract with Shell’s
QGC to leverage Remotely Piloted Aircraft
Systems for automated infrastructure