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New vice president of operations for Claxton
Claxton has recently appointed Richard Jenkins as Vice President of Operations. His role will be to guide the integration of Claxton’s technical, project, procurement and commercial teams to support the company’s strategic growth plans.
Richard Jenkins has worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 20 years. He studied mechanical engineering at Southampton University, UK, and has held project management and business development posts at various companies including Hamworthy Compressors, Baker Hughes and Seaweld Engineering. Most recently, he worked for AMEC, where he moved from business development, via regional director for Africa AMEC Oil and Gas, to operations director for West Africa AMEC Natural Resources.
“Claxton has come a long way since starting out as a small family business, and it is growing at a rapid pace,” said Claxton. “We are extending our presence in Dubai and opening local service bases in Norway and Asia. A key part of Richard’s role will be to help us maintain our high standards during this period of growth. His significant international experience in the industry will help us continue to provide the best service possible to clients while bringing new knowledge and ideas to the table.”
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