Aberdeen’s EnerMech bolsters top team with latest hire

EnerMech, the Aberdeen-based mechanical and electrical services business, has bolstered its senior leadership team with the appointment of Behzad Kazerani as chief business development officer.

Kazerani will be responsible for the global business development function, overseeing an expanded team which will spearhead an ambitious growth strategy over the next five years.

The firm, which was formed in 2008 and is focused on the energy and infrastructure sectors, has recently made a number of senior appointments as chief executive Christian Brown focuses on transforming the business and tapping into new markets.

Kazerani will be responsible for the company’s global business development function, overseeing an expanded team which will spearhead an ambitious growth strategy over the next five years.

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He has more than 25 years of experience in the global oil and gas industry, including upstream, downstream, midstream and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Brown said: “The addition of Behzad to our team will enable EnerMech to strategically drive sales and development more consistently across all of our service lines and end markets. Our vision, which is shared and supported by our owners, The Carlyle Group, is to become the specialist service provider of choice to the global energy and infrastructure sectors.

“We will deliver this by growing our existing position in our core offshore oil and gas, petrochemical and LNG sectors, while pushing aggressively in to the industrial services, renewables and infrastructure spaces.”

Kazerani added: “I am delighted to be joining EnerMech at an exciting time in the company’s evolution.”

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