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Wood appoints new Operations Director to drive growth of US Minerals & Metals business

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Wood, a leading consulting and engineering company, has appointed industry veteran, Jesús Pulido, as Operations Director of its US Minerals & Metals business.

Jesús will advance key minerals and metals projects at Wood, leading teams to provide full-scale EPCM and decarbonisation solutions across the US, with a particular focus on delivering minerals critical to the energy transition.

Jesús brings with him 30 years of international experience in high-profile project delivery, portfolio management. and operations across major mining and engineering companies, including Rio Tinto, CH2M, Jacobs, Worley, and Thyssenkrupp Mining.

Craig Shanaghey, Executive President of Projects at Wood, said: “Jesús joins Wood at an exciting time where global efforts to decarbonise are increasing demand for key metals to support the energy transition, such as copper, nickel, lithium, and rare earths.

“With a 60-year history of advancing complex mining projects from study through start-up, along with expertise in renewables, carbon capture and circular economy solutions, Wood is designing the future of minerals and metals. I am delighted to welcome Jesús to lead the charge in meeting the US market opportunity.”

Jesús is based in Denver, Colorado. He holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Project Management and Business Administration, has studied operations and business leadership at Duke Corporate Education and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI) of North America.

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