Wild horses couldn't drag Mustang Engineering away from industrial facilities work. The company provides engineering and management services for the oil and gas, chemical, manufacturing, and power generation markets worldwide. Services include construction management, procurement, feasibility studies, and startup and commissioning. Mustang also offers design and support services for onshore and offshore production platforms, floating facilities, and other structures. The firm's client list includes Celanese Corporation, TransCanada, Marathon Oil, and Vulcan Materials Company. Founded by a trio of engineers in 1987, Mustang is a part of Wood Group.
Mustang is organized into five business units: automation and control, pipeline, process and industrial, process plants, and upstream. Each unit specializes in the different functions and systems that make up various types of industrial plants. Mustang Engineering has about a dozen offices in the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
The group is one of the largest offshore and underwater facilities services providers around the world. In 2009 it began a partnership with PETRONAS and MISC Berhad which will develop floating liquefied natural gas projects worldwide.
Also that year, the company acquired a majority stake in Saudi Arabian engineering firm Al-Hejailan Consultants. The joint venture Mustang Al-Hejailan Engineering provides services to oil and gas and chemicals businesses in the oil-rich Saudi Arabia.
In 2011 parent Wood Group acquired Production Services Network (PSN) and announced the reorganization of its engineering business. Under the new structure Mustang will be in Wood Group's Process & Facilities Group and operate under the Wood Group Mustang name. The new entity will incorporate Alliance Engineering, Energeticos, and IMV Projects. The new structure begins in 2012. – less
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