Pellerin Names Water Solutions Operations Manager

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Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Scott Pellerin

Pellerin Energy Group (PEG), an integrated service provider for the oil and gas industry has named Scott Pellerin as operations manager of its Water Solutions business unit, announced President Joshua Pellerin.

Pellerin’s primary responsibilities include developing and implementing service programs and training personnel on safely maintaining company products; negotiating service agreements; as well as ensuring equipment is operating at optimum efficiency. He will also manage the field service group where he will oversee troubleshooting and customer training for produced water treatment equipment and solutions.

Pellerin joins PEG as a former employee of Siemens, where he was employed for 13 years and held various management positions. Pellerin is a graduate of University of Louisiana, Lafayette and holds a degree in industrial technology.

Pellerin Energy Group consists of four divisions-Water Solutions; Energy Rentals; Health, Safety and Environment; and Chemical and Lubricants. Pellerin Water Solutions offers a complete line of customized produced water treatment equipment and solutions. Pellerin Energy Rentals ensures the right tool is on the job to minimize downtime and enhance performances from drilling to completions and workover operations. Pellerin Health, Safety, and Environment is committed to helping clients achieve compliance of government standards, while establishing an injury free work environment. Pellerin Chemical and Lubricants manufactures a wide variety of synthetic blend products from motor oil to detergents for customers around the world.

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