Mustang Forms Malaysian Joint Venture

By Houston Business Journal

Mustang Engineering LP has created a joint venture with Malaysia-based Sime Darby Energy & Utilities.

The new company, Mustang Sime Darby, provides project management, design and procurement support services for the Southeast Asian oil and gas industry from its regional hub in Kuala Lumpur.

Houston-based Mustang is part of the Wood Group of companies, while Sime Darby is part of the Sime Darby Group.

Mustang will offer its project management and engineering experience, while Sime Darby will adds its full-service capabilities, skilled workforce and strong reputation in the region, according to A.J. Cortez, executive vice president of Mustang.

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