Wood Group’s Gas Turbine Services division has appointed Stuart Broadley to the position of Managing Director and President for its Light Industrial Turbines (WGLIT) business, with responsibility for the WGLIT facilities in the UK, US, Venezuela and UAE servicing Siemens (Ruston) and Solar gas turbines and related high speed rotating equipment used in the oil and gas industry.
Prior to taking up his new role at WGLIT, Mr Broadley spent four years as Director of Strategy and Corporate Development for Wood Group’s Gas Turbine Services division. Before that, he was President of Calgary-based TransCanada Turbines Limited, a joint venture between Wood Group and TransCanada Pipelines Limited.
Allister Langlands, Chief Executive of Wood Group Gas Turbine Services, said: “Stuart Broadley brings a wealth of experience to WGLIT and will help to ensure that the business continues its successful development. His high level of energy will prove invaluable in assisting the business to realise its future growth opportunities.”
Stuart Broadley said: “Joining WGLIT is an exciting opportunity for me to join a team with a track record for business growth based upon service excellence, and a proven ability to provide customers with valuable service solutions.”
Mr Broadley will be based at the WGLIT offices in Aberdeen, Scotland.