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28-10-2015

Peterson appoints new regional director to support global growth

Leading international energy logistics company Peterson has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Chris Coull as regional director.

Mr Coull is the latest in a string of senior appointments by the company this year as it continues to extend its leadership team to support ongoing growth and development of its offering as well as international expansion.
He brings more than 15 years of experience and expertise in supply base, warehouse, quayside and environmental management which will support the company as it continues to innovate against a low oil price environment.

Mr Coull said: "It's a particularly exciting time to be joining Peterson as it continues to focus on innovative technology to deliver the most efficient solutions for the global oil and gas sector.  I look forward to working closely with the team to identify and create opportunities for operators and service companies alike to work together by sharing resources."

Mr Coull will be based at the firm's Aberdeen office and joins Peterson from TAQA where he held a number of senior roles most recently supply base & materials manager where he was responsible for quayside, warehouse, transport and environmental contracts for UK operations."

Erwin Kooij, CEO Peterson Offshore Group said: "I am delighted to have someone of Chris’ calibre join our management as we look to grow the business both in core markets and internationally.

"His wealth of operational experience across supply based operations and his background with both operator and service companies makes him an invaluable addition to our leadership team.

"In the last 12 months we’ve brought in a number of talented and experienced people who will play a key role in our continuing growth and long term succession planning, ensuring consistent quality and service delivery for our customers."

The Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics began his career as a business analyst with ASCO and progressed through the ranks to regional director responsible for the offshore logistics business in Aberdeen.