Global oil and gas solutions firm Tendeka has announced the appointment of Brad Baker as its new chief executive officer (CEO).
Mr Baker joins from US firm Baker Hughes, where he spent 27 years, most recently as vice president of stimulation and production enhancement.
Based in Aberdeenshire, Tendeka has operations in Europe, the former Soviet republics and Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, North and South America, the Asia Pacific and China.
Mr Baker brings experience from his past roles involved in the completions sector including sand control, completion fluids, intelligent wells, pressure pumping, stimulation, fishing and wellbore intervention.
Mr Baker, who is to be based at the company’s HQ in Westhill, said: “Tendeka’s vision, values and track record is impressive having achieved a number of technical and operational milestones in recent years.
“I am particularly inspired by the team’s unwavering dedication to innovation and developing new and disruptive technologies around the reservoir where we are bringing forward a robust growth strategy.
“The industry has undergone incredible changes, and I look forward to leading the team in this new era and continuing to build our reputation further for solving the production challenges our global clients face.”
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