Faststream Expands Oil and Gas

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Global recruitment group Faststream has expanded its presence in the oil and gas industry and is recruiting for the sector from its offices in the UK, U.S., Norway and Singapore.

Faststream Chief Executive Officer Mark Charman said “We’ve been active in the UK oil and gas sector since 2002 and I’m delighted that we will now be able to offer our clients a globally integrated service.”


“We have a strong database of candidates, a detailed knowledge of the industry and a team of proven specialist consultants so there is a strong structure behind this expansion”.

Faststream will service the market for upstream, midstream and downstream candidates on behalf of clients throughout the world. The group’s headhunting division The Meeting House will undertake specialist oil and gas search assignments.

(www.faststream.co.uk)

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