Kramer Ausenco, the largest engineering and project management company in the South Pacific, has reported a very good year in business. Chief Executive Officer, Frank Kramer, said that in 2013 the firm had increased its staff numbers across the region – 75 percent of which service the PNG market - and exceeded revenue and Earnings before Interest and Tax levels. He said the company is looking forward to an even better year in 2014, and is especially pleased with the Government’s introduction of the Stimulus Package which will bridge the country’s economic lull between the end of the PNG LNG and the commencement of the Gulf LNG projects, and the delays in Wafi Golpu projects.
Kramer Ausenco held its last 2013 board meeting in Port Moresby, then hosted its clients and service providers to its traditional end of year cocktail function in Port Moresby on 18 November. Staff and Board Members at the function included Mr Frank Kramer himself, Sir Rabbie Namaliu – Chairman of Kramer Ausenco, Chief Operating Officer for Kramer Ausenco - Bruce Nicholson, Chief Operating Officer for Ausenco - Nick Bell, Company Secretary for Ausenco - Patrick O’Conner. Notable guests included Interoil Executive Vice President - Isikeli Taureka, and Esso Highlands Managing Director - Peter Graham.