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EnerMech pursues Mexican oil and gas market

04th March 2014

EnerMech has opened a new base in Mexico and has already attained various offshore Process, Pipeline & Umbilical contracts from major clients

EnerMech has attained several offshore Process, Pipeline & Umbilical contracts for major clients

EnerMech, the UK-headquartered mechanical engineering group, has opened a new base in Mexico and has already attained several offshore Process, Pipeline & Umbilical contracts for major clients.

The operation in Villahermosa extends to 8,500 sq metres of office, warehouse and yard storage and EnerMech expects to have up to 20 staff in-country by the end of 2014.

Jason Reynaud,General Manager for Latin America at Enermech said, "Operators and service companies have been very receptive to our setting up here and the seriousness with which we are going about our business. They are less keen on companies that just come in and poke around without putting any skin in the game. They like the fact we are investing in infrastructure and creating a permanent presence and not just hanging around hoping to snare a few contracts.”

Reynaud added, “We made a very encouraging start by securing several PPU contract awards and have successfully executed a number of field projects, but there is no EnerMech business line which is not applicable to the Mexican energy market and we are looking to quickly establish our reputation for valves, cranes and lifting and training services.”

He emphasized that Mexico“is a developing market with a vast amount of untapped resources in the deepwater sector.”

EnerMech Mexico will also be able to call on significant resources from its well-established Houston operation, which is involved in both onshore and offshore contracts in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

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