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Add Energy appoints a new VP

Mar 28, 2019
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Add Energy appointed a new vice president to oversee the continued growth of its Asset and Integrity Management division in the USA and Canada.

Susan Steyn will be based in the firm’s Houston office and will be central to delivering the division’s ambitious global expansion strategy. She will also be responsible for delivering recently won projects and adding value to clients by ensuring the right resources and infrastructure are in place.

Steyn has more than 15 years’ experience in operations, supply chain, business development and engineering fields, in various energy industries including power, oil and gas and infrastructure. She has held numerous global senior positions in multi-national companies including, GE, Dow, Roche and Bayer.

Peter Adam, executive vice president of Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management division, said: “Susan brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience from across the energy mix. She will play a critical role in delivering our global growth strategy and her insights will be key to supporting both our projects and management teams.

“We have seen an increase in activity in Canada and the Gulf of Mexico as well as throughout the USA. That, combined with our UK focus is providing significant opportunities for us and we’ll be working with Susan to ensure we capitalise on those.”

Add Energy is on track to achieve its growth plan for 2019, having secured over $2.3 million worth of new business in the first quarter of 2019 for their Houston and Aberdeen offices.

Steyn, who holds a Six Sigma black belt and is fluent in multiple languages added: “I’m delighted to be joining Add Energy. The team’s knowledge of the energy sector and their passion for identifying ways to work more efficiently and more safely is impressive, as is their determination to grow globally.

“The energy sector continues to face challenges and I’m looking forward to working with both the team and industry to help it become even more productive and reduce costs.”

Add Energy’s Asset and Integrity Management division provides consultancy and software solutions which optimise asset performance within the oil and gas, power generation and chemicals sectors.

The company is active in Europe, Asia, North America, Canada and Australia.

Add Energy has a global Asset and Integrity Management team of 130 people based in Houston, Aberdeen and Muscat.


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