The global provider of essential integrated services, EnerMech, has appointed a new Regional Director for Australasia.
Paul McCarthy has more than 30 years’ experience in corporate leadership and operational management roles in the energy, resources, defence and infrastructure sectors. With significant global experience, Paul’s most recent role was Asia Pac Operations and Maintenance Director for a global engineering and services company.
His cross sector background will assist EnerMech in extending its footprint in Australia’s fast expanding infrastructure sector while strengthening the business’s operations in LNG and traditional oil and gas industries.
He said: “The Australian LNG sector is entering the next phase where major plants are enhancing capacity through brownfield projects improvements, maintenance and shutdown optimisation. 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 centre of this new cycle of investment.”
EnerMech has successfully completed mechanical, electrical and instrumentation (ME&I) projects on major road and tunnel networks in New South Wales and is extending its presence on similar ongoing projects. The company employs 700 staff in Australia and has bases in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin, Gladstone and Chinchilla.
With the Australian government committed to spending in the region of $10 billion on road and rail networks to meet the requirements of a fast growing population, the company is looking to secure significant ME&I construction and commissioning workscopes.
Paul McCarthy added: “We have a proven track record of delivering integrated services on large scale transportation and oil and gas projects. As the infrastructure and oil and gas sectors move to the next phase of significant investment, my objective it 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 Chief Executive Officer, 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.”
Globally, UK-headquartered EnerMech has 3,500 staff across 40 locations in the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Caspian, Asia, Africa, Australia and Americas, working on large scale projects across the oil and gas, LNG, renewables, defence, power, infrastructure and petrochemicals sectors.