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NES Global Talent expands presence to New Orleans, Louisiana

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With over 40 years of serving the oil and gas market, NES Global Talent is pleased to announce the expansion of its global workforce services to the Louisiana market. With the increased activity in the petrochemical and LNG sectors along with the evolved drilling in the Austin Chalk Shale play, the office expansion enhances our commitment to our established network of candidates and clients.

NES Global Talent services the oil and gas industry, providing a full suite of workforce solutions including staffing key discipline sectors, such as construction managers, HSE Managers, Project Controls, QA/QC Engineers/Inspectors, Drafters/Designers and engineering professionals. NES Global Talent understands that reliability, consistency and proximity are paramount in building long-term relationships, and this strategic expansion to New Orleans ensures it can continue to serve and exceed client expectations across Louisiana.

The expansion to Louisiana will allow us to develop our contractor and client base throughout the state. Jayne Stewart, Director of Oil, Gas and Chemical states, “It’s an exciting time for the downstream sector in Louisiana; there is heavy turnaround activity across many of our clients planned for 2019. In addition, there are a number of expansion projects advancing through the planning phase and others moving into construction. We’re continuing to have success in expanding our client portfolio thus increasing opportunities to provide local expertise where needed.”

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