According to Greg Hanson, President of W-Industries (Texas), the opportunity to be involved in Williams’ plans to adapt their systems to the changing dynamics of the US energy industry is one his company is eager to embrace. “The impact of shale gas in the Northeast has fundamentally changed the way our industry operates. To support projects that are literally changing the direction of our business is the type of challenge that has formed the foundation of W-Industries’ reputation for innovation and reliability.
We have been a proud supplier of custom-designed automation and control systems to the US oil and gas industry for more than 30 years, and we are looking forward to being a part of this new phase in the development of Williams’ transportation network.”
Work on the buildings will begin in Q3 2015 with deliveries throughout 2016.
Established in 1984 in Houston, Texas, W-Industries is a design engineering, fabrication and service company providing the worldwide oil and gas industry with automation, control and safety systems; process design and packaging; fabrication and construction; commissioning and service.
CSE Americas is a wholly owned subsidiary of CSE Global, an international technologies company based in Singapore and listed on the Singapore Exchange (CSES.SI) Through three highly respected company brands—W-Industries, Control Concepts & Technology and CSE-ICON—CSE Americas has supported industry majors and independent operations for more than three decades.
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For more than three decades W-Industries has provided the global oil and gas industry with automation and control, process design, and system packaging solutions that optimize production and ensure operational continuity.
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