The launch of a dedicated energy corporation was a natural evolution for the US and UK based Stowen founder members, who had been working in the sector for over 20 years.
Oil and Gas
The Stowen Group was founded in 2014 in partnership with an existing oil and gas service provider. Following an MBO in October of 2015 the leadership team began the process of restructuring and rebranding the group to fit the demands of the modern market
“more services, in more sectors, in more territories.”
2016 saw many developments and changes for the group. The corporate headquarters were relocated to a new facility in Houston Texas and operational supply bases were opened in West Africa and UAE. Whilst the European Operational HQ, underwent full refurbishment and remains in the Great Yarmouth location.
In addition to the territorial expansion, 2016 also brought the launch of a new division within the oil and gas group “Stowen Inspection and Integrity”. The addition of this division on a global basis, further strengthens the depth of service on offer to the oil and gas market. Having a wide and diversified portfolio of services offered globally continues to present exciting opportunities for the Stowen Group.
The ability and desire for growth and change has been a driving force behind the conception of “Stowen Clean Energy”. This continued growth in the renewable sector presents exciting opportunities for the Stowen Group. Following strategic professional appointments, Stowen Clean Energy continues to grow. Focusing on excellence in service delivery while maintaining and striving for efficiencies in all project and service execution.
It’s an extremely exciting time at Stowen. The new services, markets and sectors have responded strongly to the ethos and culture of the group, while what was historically our core business, still remains an enjoyable, albeit challenging market for us. The rebranded company, new and refurbished premises and intentional expansion ensure the leadership team remain positive for the short and long term placement of the group.