Terrance N. Ivers, 53, became CEO of Siemens’ Oil & Gas
division’s Compression and Solutions Business Unit effective Aug. 1, succeeding
Donald Weir, who has decided to leave Siemens.
The Compression and Solutions Business Unit offers products
and solutions for the oil and gas market.
Since 2007 Ivers was the president of Amec Paragon, an
international project management company and service provider to the upstream and
midstream (especially pipeline) industries.
Ivers is a mechanical engineer and began his career at KBR,
an international supplier for the oil and gas industry. At KBR he held a number
of managerial positions in the fields of pipelines and offshore engineering
where he gained outstanding experience in the oil and gas business.
From 2004 to 2007, Ivers served as chief operating officer for
Alliance Wood Group Engineering.
“We would like to thank Donald Weir for his achievements for
our company,” said Tom Blades, the Oil & Gas Division’s CEO, in a company
release. “With his extensive experience, deep understanding and broad network
in the oil and gas industry, Terrance Ivers is the right person to further advance
and develop our business.”
Ivers will be based in Houston.