Corporate financier Stuart Black joins Well-SENSE as director

Aberdeen-based Well-SENSE has appointed corporate financier Stuart Black as its new global director.

Corporate financier Stuart Black joins Well-SENSE as director

Stuart Black

Mr Black joined the company last month, bringing with him over 12 years’ experience within the energy and FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) sectors, specialising in strategic planning and corporate development.

Mr Black joins from Baxter’s Food Group where he held the role of head of corporate and strategic projects reporting to the group board. Prior to this, he worked in the energy sector, specialising in corporate finance, business development and strategy, working with Johnston Carmichael, Evercore and Simmons Energy.

Founded in 2015, Well-SENSE was established by technology director Dan Purkis, a highly regarded industry figure, who has been granted more than 50 patents for his innovative and world-first technologies.

Mr Black said: “I am passionate about the energy industry and understand the pressures it is currently facing. FLI is disrupting conventional methods of well interrogation and can provide significant advantages to the operator.

“It is a safer, faster, more cost-effective solution, delivering high-quality data over the entire length of the wellbore. To be part of this great team, which is constantly challenging the norm and innovating, is incredibly exciting.”

Craig Feherty, Well-SENSE CEO, added: “Stuart’s background in strategy and corporate development will prove invaluable as we continue to expand the reach of our product and service offering.

“As Well-SENSE continues to grow, we are keen to expand our team with people who make us think differently and challenge traditional ways of working. We have gained significant traction over the last year and Stuart’s experience, together with his dynamic and ambitious attitude is exactly what we need to capitalise on our opportunities.”

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