Oil & Gas

Xodus Group opens first office in Egypt, appoints General Manager

XodusXodus Group has appointed its first general manager in Egypt as the company aims to build on its track record in the country and target upcoming new contracts.
Salah Farid Tantawy joins Xodus from PICO Petroleum Integrated Services where he was most recently project general manager for the Amal-C platform installation in the Gulf of Suez.

He has 37 years’ experience working in oil & gas, having started his career as a project engineer. Before moving to PICO, he was chairman assistant (VP) for projects with Gulf of Suez petroleum (GUPCO) – BP’s JV for oil production in Egypt.

He has 37 years’ experience working in oil & gas, having started his career as a project engineer. Before moving to PICO, he was chairman assistant (VP) for projects with Gulf of Suez petroleum (GUPCO) – BP’s JV for oil production in Egypt.

Mr Tantawy said: “Xodus has gained a strong reputation within the country over the last few years so I know I am joining a very experienced team with capabilities throughout the lifecycle of an asset. I hope my experience in managing multi-million-dollar projects and my knowledge of the Egyptian oil and gas sector will help in attracting new business as well as reinforcing already established partnerships.”

Since 2013, Xodus has won over £2 million in contracts in Egypt. Much of that work was previously won and carried out by Xodus’ offices in Aberdeen and London, however research found that an established base was required to increase business in the country.

The new office is located in the Maadi district of Cairo, which is central to many oil and gas company operational headquarters.

Steve Swindell, Managing Director of Xodus Group said: “Over the last five years we have been collaborating with international and state organisations in developing upstream projects and increasing value of their assets. During this time, we have undertaken many scopes ranging between FEED work, advisory services, engineering studies and operational asset support assessments for major and independent oil and gas companies.

“Such a track record has established our reputation within the Egyptian market as a reputable and competent consultant. With the addition of Salah and a new office it means we can engage with clients and deploy our services quicker which we hope will lead to us gain considerable new business.”

Xodus is exhibiting at the Scotland Pavilion on Stand 1E30 at the Egypt Petroleum Show, which runs from 12-14 February 2018. The company is also hosting a launch event at its Egypt office on Thursday, February 15 for existing and potential clients.

(Xodus Group Press Release)

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