Archer Knight Americas business continues to expand

Updated: Jun 29

New contract wins for US and Caribbean demonstrate growing global reputation


Offshore energy specialist Archer Knight has won two new contracts in the US and Caribbean, to further grow the company’s expanding Americas business.



The new consultancy contracts are a further demonstration of the company’s growing global reputation and follow recent senior appointments in the region.


  • Project one will see Archer Knight providing support to a US-based energy services company in refreshing its strategic development plan.

  • Project two is a two-month contract with a Caribbean-based engineering company, helping the firm create a strategic growth and expansion plan.


Scott Munro, who joined the Archer Knight team in April as Regional Director Americas, will head up both consultancy projects, working closely with the leadership teams of the two companies.


He said: “These new contract wins show that our reputation as a project delivery company continues to grow in the Americas region.


“We already have a number of market intelligence clients in the US, not just in Texas but also New York, California and Florida.


“However, adding consultancy clients is a key part of our growth strategy. The contract award in the US, together with penetrating the wider Caribbean market, quicker than we’d originally planned, is an excellent result.


Archer Knight provides market intelligence and discipline lead consultancy services to the offshore energy sector. Its headquarters are in Aberdeen, UK, and it has operations in Singapore and the US.


Co-founder and Executive Director, David Sheret said: “As we said at the time of making the appointment, having someone of Scott Munro’s standing and experience to head up the Americas region is a great coup, particularly given his experience in the offshore industry globally.



He has immediately brought value to our company and these new projects underline his ambition to help us grow and expand our services internationally.”