Mr. Mansfield brings almost 30 years of financial and accounting experience in the oil and gas industry to his new role at CECO and CECO Pipeline Services.
Recently, Mansfield held the position of Chief Financial Officer for Pipestream, Inc., where he was responsible for directing the financial, accounting and administrative affairs of the company. Mansfield was previously employed by Bredero Shaw, a provider of protective coatings for the gas pipeline industry, as their group financial controller in the United Kingdom. Bredero Shaw moved Mansfield to Houston in 2005 as vice president, strategic planning.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome David to our team,” said CECO’s CEO Bruce Hotze. “His broad experience as a financial executive and international accountant in the oil and gas industry makes him a perfect fit for CECO’s financial operations,” Hotze said.
In his new role, Mansfield will be responsible for directing all of the financial aspects of CECO and CECO Pipeline Services. He will be charged with developing, implementing and reviewing key financial processes and procedures as well as establishing financial corporate strategies.
Mansfield has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Reading College of Technology and his ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) accreditation from the University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom.
Compressor Engineering Corporation, CECO, has delivered superior compressor and engine products and services to the natural gas transmission, petrochemical, industrial and midstream industries since 1964. CECO Pipeline Services, a subsidiary of CECO, provides new construction and maintenance services to the natural gas and liquid pipelines in the transmission and midstream industries. CECO and CECO Pipeline are both headquartered in Houston, and both have offices in Odessa, Texas, Walker, Louisiana, and Irondale, Alabama. For more information, visit www.tryceco.com.