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News   |     |   01.03.2023

Digital transition and collaboration set to drive consultancy growth

Aberdeen-headquartered engineering and technical consultancy Vysus Group, which employs 400 people worldwide, has announced plans to drive continued cross sector growth on the back of three strategic divestments and planned investment in digital tools and partner developed solutions.

Last year, Vysus Group’s decision to sharpen its focus on high-end engineering technical advisory and consultancy services saw the divestment of three entities, including Senergy Wells and businesses in Scandinavia and the US.

The business now comprises of two business units – ModuSpec and Vysus Consulting – which operate across 22 offices worldwide with hubs in Houston, Kuala Lumpur, Oslo and Melbourne, as well as the Aberdeen HQ which is home to key support services and senior management personnel.

Headed by Senior Vice-President Johnny Benoit in Houston, ModuSpec’s activity in the Americas centres on compliance and verification services for the upstream market. It is complemented by the Aberdeen-based team which delivers specialist rig intake and reactivation services across our global client base.

Meanwhile, Norway-based Senior Vice-President Thomas Aas Saethre has recently joined Vysus Group to lead the global Vysus Consulting business unit and to drive forward growth plans in the provision of high-end technical advisory and consulting services.

These include asset management, grid connection, risk management, engineering dynamics, nuclear power, and survey and geoengineering, and span across energy, renewables, and complex industrial and infrastructure sectors. Thomas brings significant expertise and market awareness, having held weighty global leadership and technical roles in the engineering sector.

Commenting on the news, Vysus Group CEO David Clark said: “Last year’s divestments allow us to be fully focused on the continued expansion and growth of our core services and capability, as we support our customers in the execution of major energy transition and complex projects.

“Recent contract awards across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and indeed right across the globe, are bolstering our growth in the renewables sector as well as in providing technical, operational support for our diverse mix of customers in the infrastructure and process markets.

“Central to continuing the upwards trajectory of our business, and consolidating what is already a firm global footprint, will be maximising opportunities from our partnerships as well as our expanding portfolio of leading-edge digital offerings which are coming to market in early 2023.”

He added: “These strategies, along with the appointment of Thomas, who brings a wealth of leadership and business development experience, will stand the group in good stead as we look to the future with confidence and optimism."

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