An engineering firm that maintains oil facilities recently announced that it was planning to significantly expand its operations in the United States to help increase revenue.

The Houston Chronicle reports that South Korea-based SK E&C is seeking to hire project managers, engineers and other skilled professionals to fill open roles. According to the firm's leadership, the company wants to invest in a wide range of different skill sets.

"We also employ industry analysts, strategic planners, financial consultants, ombudsmen, operations and maintenance professionals, gas and oil traders and an array of other types of members who enhance our business and services offerings," said Chuck Liveley, a manager at SK E&C USA.

He went on to say that another major priority is making sure that anyone brought on staff would be able to adhere to the safety requirements in place.

The energy sector as a whole is expect to provide a number of jobs in the near future. In a separate interview with the source, Global Energy Safety Institute executive director Emil Pena said that there were opportunities for people with skills in chemicals, nanoscience and material science.

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