Stanley Oil & Gas has appointed pipeline industry veteran Adam Wynne Hughes as its new president, the company announced Oct. 29. He succeeds Pete Morris as head of Stanley Oil & Gas, a division of Stanley Black & Decker that encompasses CRC-Evans, Pipeline Induction Heat (PIH) and Stanley Inspection.
Wynne Hughes joined Stanley Oil & Gas in 2011 as a managing director of CRC-Evans Inspection Group. From there, he has held leadership roles with CRC-Evans EMEA, CRC-Evans Offshore and PIH. Most recently, he served as president of PIH, PIH Middle East and Stanley Inspection South Africa. His vast experience over the past 35 years in the construction and engineering industry includes an exceptional track record when dealing with complex multidisciplinary oil and gas projects.
“Adam has been a crucial part of our growth within multiple areas of Stanley Oil & Gas over the last nine years,” said John Wyatt, senior vice president and president, Industrial at Stanley Black & Decker. “We look forward to his continued drive and contributions to the organization in this key leadership role.”
As president of Stanley Oil & Gas, Wynne Hughes provides strategic leadership and day-to-day operational management for all brands, propelling the division to achieve its business objectives and continue to be a leader in the industry. He works closely with the product development and engineering teams to support the releasing of new innovative products and solutions.
Wynne Hughes attended Bircham Newton Civil Engineering College and Bristol Polytechnic. He is a board member and treasurer of the International Pipeline and Offshore Contractors Association (IPLOCA) and chairman of the Pipeline Industry Guild (PIG).
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