Aberdeen-based Zenith Energy Limited has announced that it has acquired Aberdeen-based recruitment specialist Prodrill Energy Resource Solutions. It will be business as usual for Prodrill, with Louise Wood leading the existing team as Recruitment Director.
Louise and the Prodrill team will continue to be points of contact to ensure continuity with both clients and contractors, with re-location from their Albyn Terrace office to Zenith Energy’s Bon Accord Square headquarters in the near future.
Martin Booth, Managing Director at Zenith Energy, says, “This acquisition complements our existing well project management expertise. This unity will double our UK operations and add 25% to our global headcount. We are currently recruiting for several of our key global projects with positions available in Aberdeen, and Australia so this enables us to not only grow but have access to an expert in-house recruitment team.”
Martin continues, “We recruit the best-fit personnel and technical experts for our global projects and we have been supporting clients with their drilling & completion requirements across every stage of the well lifecycle for over 10 years. Through our extensive network and to support our well management projects, Zenith has opportunities for experienced well engineering personnel including specialists in drilling, completions, well testing, subsea, logistics, HSE, contracts and geology.”
Speaking of the acquisition, Louise Wood says, “I am looking forward to joining forces with the Zenith Energy team, whilst continuing to expand Prodrill’s resource offering. Working with Martin and the wider team delivers greater strategic opportunities, provides increased management support and investment for growth.
Zenith Energy Limited is an independent well project management company with offices in Aberdeen, Perth Australia, Dakar Senegal and Abu Dhabi.
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