New business development manager to drive opportunities for Tendeka across Latin America
Global completions specialist Tendeka has appointed a new business development manager for Latin America to expand the use of technologies across the region.
Maurilio Solano will be working with local operators to implement Tendeka’s key technologies such as FloSure, Filtrex and PulseEight EAV (Electronic Ambient Valve) across Latin America. With almost 30 years in the industry, he is vastly experienced and has led several business and technology teams for Halliburton and Baker Hughes throughout his career.
Solano has built up technical expertise in intelligent well systems corrosion logs, multilaterals, expandable liners and liner drilling as well as considerable experience of the sales, marketing, and deployment of technologies around the world.
“I’m honored to be joining Tendeka and leading the team’s efforts across Latin America,” Solano said. “I have built up extensive customer relations throughout my career so I’m looking forward to meeting them and sharing what Tendeka can offer in terms of efficiencies across the energy industry.”
Jim McGowin, Vice President for North and South America at Tendeka, added: “We’re pleased to have Maurilio on board to lead our efforts across Latin America. His relationships, experience and diligence make him the ideal candidate to navigate the everchanging landscape across the opportunity laden but ever challenging Latin American market. We are well placed to increase the reach of our innovative technologies across the region and highlight the benefits to local operators.”
Solano studied mechanical engineering at Escuela Politécnica Nacional in Ecuador and a master’s in business administration and marketing from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.
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