Multi-national energy services company commit to the city
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 20 Jul 2018
Multi-national energy services company Wood Plc has committed to Hull through the unveiling of an operations centre.
The former Attric Limited building, in Craven Street South, will form the nucleus of the Wood office.
Wood Plc recently secured a multi-million dollar agreement with Vivergo Fuels to support its bio-ethanol refinery at Saltend.
The refinery is one of Europe’s biggest bio-ethanol producers and the UK’s largest single source supplier of animal feed.
Bob MacDonald, CEO of Wood’s Specialist Technical Solutions, said: “Combining the 35 years of experience of our Aberdeen team and the 55 years of experience of the Humber team, our operational management solutions capability remains at the forefront of developing technical strategies, procedures and training plans for the oil and gas, downstream, power and industrial sectors.
“With more than 160 employees based in Kingston upon Hull and in power stations around the UK, our service offering is strengthened by this addition to our geographical footprint.”
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