Zenith Adds COO in Australia

An Aberdeen-based well engineering and project management company, Zenith Energy, has appointed chief operating officer at its Australian base. 

Zenith Energy established Zenith Energy Australia in the second half of 2017 and appointed Tom Terris as COO, to manage the operations.

Tom brings more than 13 years of management experience to the role, previously working for a major name in the industry in Australia as vice president of its Asia Pacific division where he headed its well management, subsea and consultancy.

In his role at Zenith, he will manage all aspects of the Australian business unit, including tendering for well management and consultancy projects, business presentations and client and consultant meetings.

Managing director of Zenith Energy, Martin Booth, said: “Tom has a wealth of industry knowledge and management experience after working in the sector for a number of years on high profile jobs. His appointment is instrumental as the company continues to grow internationally.

“I am pleased to have joined the team at Zenith at such an important time for the company.

“The Asia Pacific region is showing great signs of recovery and Zenith is very well positioned to take advantage of the upswing in activity. I look forward to playing a part of the continued success of the company in the future.”

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