Koil Energy Solutions hires Felipe Lunardini as Director of Projects & Engineering

Koil Energy Solutions gave a mayor steep on their commitment to creative problem solving by hiring Felipe Lunardini. He is now the new Director of Projects & Engineering. This has become the first move since the company rebranded. 

Felipe Lunardini’s new workstation in Koil Energy Solutions will be in charge of the execution of projects. Also, he will be the technical leader for R&D efforts and strategic partnerships moving forward. 

“What better way to start on our new journey to offer world-class subsea equipment and support services to the world’s energy and offshore industries than by bringing in world-class talent,” said Charles Njuguna, President and CEO of Koil Energy. “It is imperative that Koil Energy recruits and retains top-tier talent, and Felipe’s career is a great example of the level we are looking for. We know he will bolster our already strong roster.”

More about Felipe Lunardini and Koil Energy Solutions. 

We are talking about a 30-year veteran in project and engineering management from small to large size offshore developments. His career helps him become a prime player in Koil Energy’s mission, diversifying its suite of systems solutions.   

Lunardini added, “I am very excited and proud to join Koil in this new phase of the O&G and renewable industries. Koil has extremely professional and competent people that elevate the current industry standard, and I am looking forward to being part of the team.”

In his career achievements, we can see him being a Senior Project Manager for Doris, Inc. His role at that company was leading the pre-FEED and FEED engineering phases of multiple projects. He also played some other functions like overseeing subsea equipment and systems engineering. 

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Koil Energy Solutions rebranded in February, putting some more expectations on their new path. Hiring this new asset and their plans of moving to new headquarters with better equipment raise expectations even more. 

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