Wood Group Mustang has consolidated the pipeline, onshore and oil sands business units into the onshore pipeline and facilities (OPF) business unit, which provides oil and gas processing, transportation, and field services.
“By consolidating individual capabilities and streamlining client and project delivery overlaps, the new onshore pipeline and facilities business combines industry-leading technology and expertise, and will enable us to provide our customers with more cost-efficient and effective project delivery capabilities,” says Edmund Lunde, executive vice president. “Our clients will experience strong work share skills and capabilities across our offices that will enable us to lower project costs while providing the same personal touch and fit-for-purpose project delivery.”
The OPF leadership team comprises senior leaders from the combined businesses.
Simon Wooler, previously president of the onshore business unit, has been appointed president of OPF, managing a combined team of approximately 2000 people.
Phil Schneider has been promoted to the role of vice president, US operations, with responsibility for delivery of projects in the US and oversight of the pipeline engineering and pipeline integrity management teams.
Gil Weisberger has been promoted to the role of vice president, international operations, with responsibility for international projects primarily executed from North American offices and oversight of the gas processing team.
Graeme McNeil has been promoted to the role of vice president, US regional operations, with responsibility for the Atlanta; Denver; Birmingham, Alabama; Canonsburg, Pennsylvania; Angleton, Texas; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; offices.
Mark Nussbaum continues in his role as vice president, construction and field services.
John Hearn, who was previously business manager of the onshore business unit, has expanded his role to serve as business manager for the new OPF business unit.
David Carpenter and Dany Jew are expanding their roles as senior vice presidents, North American business development, with responsibility for the pursuit of both pipeline and facility projects in North America.
James Woolley, senior vice president, international business development, is responsible for the pursuit of international projects to be executed primarily from the US, while also supporting business development for our international offices. James retains responsibility for gas plant initiatives.
Mike Martinez continues to be responsible for business development in Latin America, and in a new role as vice president, Mexican operations, will support the development of our capabilities and future operations in Mexico.
Kevin Allsopp continues in his role as general manager of Calgary operations, where the business primarily supports oil sands and related oil and gas facility and pipeline projects.
The OPF business unit has offices in the US, Canada, Colombia, Malaysia, United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia