Dominion Gas Announce New Appointments
17 April 2012
Dominion Gas, one of Europe’s leading independent suppliers of gases to the offshore industry, has announced the appointment of Bryan Fagan and Paul Duncan to its Board of Directors.
Bryan Fagan, educated at Aberdeen University, with a BSc in chemistry, previously worked in the defence industry before joining the oil and gas sector. He joined Dominion in July 2009 as Sales Director.
Paul Duncan, in addition to becoming a board member has taken on the new role of Operations Director. Paul joined Dominion Gas at the beginning of March, and has full responsibility for the Aberdeen and Stavanger operations. Paul has a strong focus on operational excellence and business development. He has spent the last 25 years working in the energy sector in North America and Europe, in both power rental and temperature controlled rental, having spent 20 years with Aggreko and 5 with Energyst CAT Energy Rental Solutions. Paul has an electrical engineering background and has experience in developing high-growth businesses, organic business start ups, acquisitions and business unit integration.
Both Bryan and Paul are based in Dyce and report to Russel Davies, Group Managing Director.
Russel Davies, Group Managing Director said ‘The appointment of Bryan and Paul to the Board reflects the continued strengthening of the management team within Dominion Gas to ensure our continued strategic growth. We are constantly looking for new ways to improve and offer bespoke solutions and innovate technically and Paul’s expertise will help us enormously in this area. Since joining Dominion Gas Bryan has worked tirelessly to ensure we build on our already good relationships with our clients who are aware of our desire to offer them best value for money and ultimate service quality.With Paul and Bryan’s help, in addition to our already strong board I am confident Dominion will continue to perform extremely well in the future’.
Dominion Gas is headquartered in Aberdeen with operations in Stavanger, Singapore and Ghana.