LAFAYETTE—June 25, 2012‐‐ Dynamic Energy Services International, LLC (DYNESI) this week announced the resignation of Michel Moreno as Chairman and CEO. Mr. Moreno will remain a member of the DYNESI Board. Current DYNESI President, Emile Dumesnil, will become President and CEO. Mr. Dumesnil has been on the Board of the Company or its predecessor for the last 11 years, became an officer of the Company 5 years ago and has served in various capacities since that time including, President, Chief Financial Officer and EVP‐Corporate Development.

DYNESI is among the largest US‐based privately‐held modular fabricators and offshore & onshore construction companies serving the global upstream and downstream industries. According to newly appointed CEO Emile Dumesnil, the commitment to excellence that has built the company over the last 27 years will not change with the recent news.

In accepting his new position Mr. Dumesnil said, “I know that everyone will join me in continuing the commitment to the standards that has made DYNESI a major player in this industry. The tradition of excellence and commitment to safety that our clients have come to expect remain core to our operations and our culture and will continue to make us successful in the future.”


Founded in 1985 as an offshore service company, Dynamic Energy Service International LLC has become a major fabricator and premier hookup, commissioning and brownfield contractor in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Basin and W. Africa. DYNESI provides fully integrated EPCIM (engineering, procurement, construction, installation and lifetime maintenance) services globally to the upstream and downstream markets. DYNESI’s headquarters are in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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