Subsea UK has announced its new Board, following a members’ ballot at the industry body’s annual general meeting.
The industry’s body appointed two new Board members and re-elected seven members.
The board of Subsea UK was joined by Cameron Mitchell, technical disciplines assurance manager for Shell UK, and Mark Richardson, projects group manager for Apache North Sea.
Bill Edgar, chairman of Subsea UK, said: “Cameron and Mark bring a range of experience and viewpoints from the operators. As we approach the New Year, the focus for all of us is now on collaboration and co-operation in a major drive to boost efficiencies and find better ways of working. I am sure with their input we can look to further enhance and develop our organisation to help members meet the challenges ahead.”
Mitchell, a chartered mechanical engineer, has worked for Shell in Aberdeen and internationally for 27 years. He is also the Shell UK and Ireland representative on Subsea UK’s recently-launched Subsea Asset Stewardship Group.
Richardson, the second appointee, is leading the co-operation, culture and behaviours work stream for the efficiency task force for Oil and Gas UK. He is also a member of the ECITB Offshore Project Management Steering Committee and has recently joined the OGA Supply Chain and Exports Board.