Midstream

Our experience in the energy industry is extensive and as a result, our global network of consultants have an intuitive approach to recruitment in the industry’s sub-sectors.

Midstream is no exception, and Progressive GE delivers recruitment solutions to the maritime, infrastructure and tank storage sub-sectors in both permanent and contractor roles.

Every region globally faces a challenge in its’ ongoing work towards transporting, storing & distributing energy in an efficient and cost effective manner. With a wealth of experience across transportation, storage and terminals, our Midstream team is committed to sourcing the right talent for your opportunities wherever that fits within the midstream cycle.

Our heritage of finding specialist talent as well as providing end-to-end project staffing solutions in the midstream market means our team can meet your requirements in:

  • Transportation
  • Storage
  • Terminals

Our recruiting expertise includes but is not limited to:

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