Services / Suppliers

March 10, 2008

Wood Group Pressure Control,

Denyko and Boisvert
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Houston, has named Will Denyko US service director and Loren Boisvert US operations manager. Denyko’s responsibilities will include working with the US operations management team, branch managers, and customer contacts to identify areas of improvement and share best practices needed to advance the level of service delivered to customers. Prior to his 4 years at Pressure Control, he worked for FMC, training service technicians in wellhead installation on offshore platforms. Boisvert will be responsible for overseeing the operations of 27 facilities in 10 states. He has 14 years of industry experience in a variety of engineering and management roles, including his most recent role as vice-president and general manager for Wood Group Pressure Control (Canada). Boisvert has a BS in mechanical engineering and is a registered professional engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta.

Wood Group Pressure Control, part of international energy services company John Wood Group PLC, designs, manufactures, and services wellhead systems, gate valves, chokes, and actuators. John Wood Group is an international energy services company that provides a range of engineering, production support, maintenance management, and industrial gas turbine overhaul and repair services to the oil and gas and power generation industries worldwide.


Houston, has made four key appointments in its Operations organization led by Executive Vice-Pres. Dennis Calton. Bill Kallmeyer, a 29-year KBR employee, was named senior vice-president and will lead the Project Oversight and Control group. Kallmeyer and his team will be responsible for ensuring compliance with procedures, policies, and work processes governing project controls and project management across KBR. Chris Rhine, who has been with KBR for 39 years, was appointed senior vice-president and will lead KBR’s Resource Management functions in Arlington, Tex., Leatherhead, UK, Houston, Singapore, Moscow, Jakarta, Lagos, Johannesburg, Cairo, and Baku and at KBR’s MWKL offices in Greenford, UK. Bert Aragon, a 24-year KBR employee, was named a vice-president and will oversee the responsibilities of KBR’s Monterrey, Mexico, office. Keith Ackley, a 21-year KBR employee, was appointed vice-president, engineering. Ackley will oversee KBR’s engineering operations and ensure all processes and procedures of this department will be aligned with KBR’s overall business strategy.

KBR is a global engineering, construction, and services company supporting the energy, petrochemicals, government services, and civil infrastructure sectors.