Global growth underpins Senergy’s strong performance for 2012
Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013

Increasing global demand for Senergy's specialist energy services has resulted in strong growth figures for 2012, as well as bolstering its international footprint.

The company, which provides fully-integrated project and asset development services across the energy industry, reported that international business accounted for 55% of total revenue – up from 50% in 2011.

Through expanding its global reach and client base over the past 12 months, Senergy worked on 1,460 projects across 84 countries, compared with 1,185 projects in 2011 across 78 countries.

New offices launched during the year in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Houston, Dubai and Bath reinforced Senergy’s growth. The company was also recently ranked in the Sunday Times 2012 HSBC International Track 200 league table as well as that of its 2011 Virgin Fast Track 100 of Britain’s fastest-growing privately owned companies.

Dave Reed, Senergy’s VP business efficiency, said: “The significant growth in 2012 continues to build on Senergy's success story to date. It is a clear indication of Senergy's strong track record for delivering high-value specialist services across the energy sector, underpinned by our technical expertise and innovation.

“From delivering multi-client well operations to studying the potential of offshore wind, our position as a leading expert right across the energy industry continues to grow and be recognised.”

Mr Reed said Senergy's international expansion was mirrored by the company's presence across a network of locations around the globe, including the UK, Scandinavia, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

“Senergy has a wide ranging talent pool of over 700 people and our employee base includes more than 40 nationalities. Our people are our greatest asset and we are committed to continually investing in their development.”

The company recently strengthened its global operations with the appointments of Dick Hall as alternative energy and power engineering global coordinator and Tony Morton as global technical head of power systems.

Rhys Medler was also appointed to the newly created role of vice president in quality, health, safety, security and environment (QHSSE) and compliance.

Senergy delivers world-class technical solutions, addressing challenges from large-scale integrated developments to smaller, stand-alone projects. The company’s Energy Services division has end-to-end expertise in hydrocarbon development from exploration, through appraisal, site survey, drilling, facilities engineering, field development planning, commercial services and enhanced recovery to field abandonment.

Senergy’s services encompass alternative energy solutions, geosciences, reservoir engineering, geohazard assessment, marine site surveys, rig positioning, wells engineering and operations, production optimisation, reserve and asset evaluation, facilities engineering and project management. Senergy also develops and supports innovative software technologies including Interactive Petrophysics and Oilfield Data Manager.

Source: Senergy

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