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Frontier International reports 70% increase in turnover

Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Frontier International, specialists in international oil and gas resourcing, has ended the first half of 2014 with an annualised turnover of £21.5million – a 70% increase in comparison with 2013 figures.

International increase: India, Tanzania and Trinidad and Tobago

This significant increase in turnover can be attributed to activity on both a local and international level. As well as holding a substantial number of global contacts with the major operators, Frontier works closely with the oil and gas service sector and is working with a steadily increasing number of service companies, on both a local and international basis. International client demand has also led the company to successfully expand in several key regions, with wholly owned subsidiaries being established in India, Tanzania and Trinidad and Tobago.

In business since 1999, Frontier International was established by oil industry engineers Mark Clarke and Paul Radcliffe in response to industry requirement for expertise-driven management of specialist well design and drilling engineering. Quickly identifying a gap in the market, they moved to grow Frontier in answer to the lack of technical expertise in the staff recruitment and contractor recruitment/management sectors.

Technical, niche recruitment

Chairman, Mark Clarke, believes that Frontier’s growth - at home and overseas - can be attributed to a growing awareness within the oil and gas industry that successful recruitment of staff and contractors lies in a resourcing company which offers an in-depth technical understanding of the sector.

 Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn

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