GL Noble Denton Hires 700 Technical Experts

Tuesday, February 02, 2010
Photo courtesy GL Noble Denton

Over the next two years GL Noble Denton plans to hire more than 700 new technical personnel, engineers and marine operations specialists. GL Noble Denton is the newly rebranded technical service provider for the oil and gas industry with a comprehensive service portfolio combining former marine and offshore consultancy Noble Denton with GL's oil and gas division. GL Noble Denton is part of the GL Group and currently employs over 2,900 technical and operations specialists and experts in 54 offices throughout the globe.

As an independent advisor, GL Noble Denton is a full-service provider with broad upstream, midstream and downstream competence for the complete asset lifecycle. It offers consulting, design, assurance, operations and project consulting services combining in depth engineering and analytical skills with operational experience.

"With rising oil prices we expect a high demand for consultancy and assurance services in the oil and gas industry. It is obvious that the backlog of investments will come to an end sooner than later", said John Wishart, President of GL Noble Denton. "We want to be ready in time."

GL Noble Denton supports and assists oil and gas clients in all technical, safety and assurance related questions.  This includes onshore production, onshore pipelines, storage, import terminals, LNG facilities, refineries and petrochemical plants, distribution networks as well as mobile offshore drilling units, floating production systems, fixed platforms, subsea and riser systems, offshore support vessels, tankers and shipping and offshore pipelines.

(www.gl-nobledenton.com)

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