G Stow appoint new borehole drilling General Manager

Water borehole drilling and maintenance specialist G Stow has announced the appointment of Geraud Amoussou as the company’s new borehole drilling general manager.

Geraud is a seasoned expert, with a wealth of experience in drilling and energy engineering and a 10-year career within the sector having most previously worked for the Marriott Drilling Group.

As general manager, Geraud will be responsible for all aspects of G Stow’s drilling business including managing the team, providing great service to the company’s clients as well as developing opportunities in new sectors and enhancing the overall offering to support the needs and challenges of the sectors G Stow serves.

Nathan James, general manager at G Stow said: “We’re delighted to welcome Geraud to G Stow at a time of growth for the business. His experience and expertise will further strengthen our team as we continue to grow our footprint in new markets such as ground source heat and geothermal initiatives to support our clients achieve their net zero ambitions.”

Geraud Amoussou added: “It’s such an exciting time to join G Stow with borehole drilling and maintenance playing such a key role in the clean energy market and the country’s decarbonisation ambitions. I’m really looking forward to working with the team and to supporting both existing and new clients with all their project needs.”

The Oxfordshire-headquartered business, which is celebrating its 110th anniversary in 2022, offers nationwide coverage and is a member of both the Ground Source Heat Pump and Well Drillers Associations.

SourceG Stow


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