Wood Group Mustang, Inc. provides engineering and procurement, design, project management, and construction management services to various industries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and North America. Its services also include analysis/measurement, construction operations, flow assurance, laser scanning, professional services, project management consulting, project systems management, quality management, and training and facilitating. The company serves oil and gas, chemicals and polymers, refining, automation and control, consumer products, LNG, industrial and manufacturing, pipeline, asset recovery, pharmaceuticals, power and energy, pulp and paper, automotive, car...
16001 Park Ten Place
Houston, TX 77084
Founded in 1987
Wood Group Mustang Announces Executive Changes
Feb 25 15
Wood Group Mustang announced Michele McNichol as its new CEO. McNichol, who had served as executive vice president of the company, will succeed Wood Group Mustang President Steve Knowles, who will retire April 1, 2015. Knowles has led WG Mustang since 2006 and he is still in his early 50's. McNichol has more than 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and has been with WG Mustang since 2001. She also has served as president of the upstream business unit and regional director for upstream operations across the Americas.
Wood Group PSN and Wood Group Mustang Wins Multi-Year Contract with ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc. in Malaysia
Dec 4 14
Wood Group has been awarded a multi-year contract by ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc. Wood Group PSN and Wood Group Mustang will collaborate to deliver brownfield engineering, procurement and construction management services to support EMEPMI’s offshore operations in Malaysia.
Wood Group Mustang Wins the Pre-Front-End Engineering Design (Pre-FEED) Contract by Statoil
Oct 14 14
Wood Group Mustang has been awarded the pre-front-end engineering design (pre-FEED) contract by Statoil for the proposed Snorre C tension leg platform (TLP) to be located on the Norwegian continental shelf. Work is being conducted by Wood Group Mustang and Wood Group Kenny and follows their completion of the feasibility phase of the project in 2013. Wood Group Mustang is performing the pre-FEED study and is responsible for project management, topsides design, and integration of the hull, drilling and riser facilities. Wood Group Kenny is responsible for the engineering of the production, injection and drilling top tensioned risers, the import/export flexible and umbilical systems, and subsea drilling template. Wood Group has supported Statoil for more than 20 years. Other current projects for Statoil include Wood Group Kenny's detail design for the Edvard Grieg oil and gas export pipelines, and Wood Group Mustang's concept selection studies for the Krafla facility for the Norwegian continental shelf. In addition, Wood Group Mustang is working on the Ivar Aasen topsides for Det Norske, which will also be located on the Norwegian continental shelf.