New CEO appointed at EnerMech


ABERDEEN -- EnerMech, the Aberdeen-headquartered provider of specialist services to the energy and infrastructure sectors, has today announced that John Guy has been appointed as CEO, succeeding company founder Doug Duguid, who will assume the role of deputy chairman.

John Guy, CEO, EnerMech.

Guy’s appointment as CEO will become effective from Aug. 1, 2019, when Doug Duguid will take on the deputy chairman role for a six-month period. The move is part of a planned strategic transition put in place following the acquisition of EnerMech in December 2018 by global investment firm, The Carlyle Group.

Guy joined EnerMech in 2010 as Asia-Pacific regional director based in Singapore, where he oversaw the rapid expansion of the services portfolio in the region, before he was appointed chief operations officer in 2013.

An oil and gas industry veteran, Guy started his career in the UK, working on some of the largest topside and FPSO projects in the 1990s. He was later based in Azerbaijan and more recently has been instrumental in increasing EnerMech’s presence in the Caspian, Middle East and Australasia.

EnerMech employs 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, defense, power, infrastructure and petrochemicals sectors.

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