EnerMech picks new chief for Australasia
Mechanical and electrical services specialist EnerMech has appointed a new regional director for Australasia.
EnerMech said on Wednesday that it had named Paul McCarthy as the company’s new Australasia regional director.
According to the company, he has more than 30 years’ experience in corporate leadership and operational management roles in the energy, resources, defense, and infrastructure sectors. His most recent role was APAC operations and maintenance director for a global engineering and services company.
McCarthy said: “The Australian LNG sector is entering the next phase where major plants are enhancing capacity through brownfield projects improvements, maintenance, and shutdown optimization.
“We have worked across all of the LNG facilities and have strong relationships with the operators and main contractors, and this puts us in a strong position to be at the center of this new cycle of investment.
“As the infrastructure and oil and gas sectors move to the next phase of significant investment, my objective is to demonstrate how EnerMech’s nimble and flexible approach will provide high quality and efficient services benefiting the end user with cost and asset performance benefits.”
EnerMech CEO John Guy added: “Australasia has been the fastest-growing region in EnerMech’s global operations and under the stewardship of Paul McCarthy, I am confident that our presence will continue to flourish and we will become established as the go-to company for integrated services of the energy, infrastructure, resources, mining and minerals sectors.”
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