MSIS appoints four new managers

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – MSIS has increased its business development team in Aberdeenshire with key managerial appointments.

Scott Laing has been appointed as business development manager. He has 23 years of experience of mergers and acquisitions in the upstream oil and gas sector worldwide.

Mike Ironside takes up the role of senior account manager. He has worked in a number of engineering, operational support, and business development roles. Most recently, he held the position of business development manager for Halliburton in Queensland, Australia.

Alex Cain, who has more than 16 years of experience in the oilfield services business, becomes account manager at MSIS. He began his oil and gas career in 1984 as a roustabout for Santa Fe Drilling before joining SLD Pumps and Power as sales manager and going on to hold a number of business development positions.

Sarah Brown joins MSIS as an account manager, she holds a chemical engineering degree and has 14 years of industry experience including roles in manufacturing, research and development and operations. Most of that time was with M-I SWACO.


MSIS business development team appointments
Alex Cain, Scott Laing, and Mike Ironside. (Photo courtesy MSIS)

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