DOF Subsea Appoints Angola Country Manager

Posted by Michelle Howard
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

DOF Subsea, a provider of subsea services to the oil and gas industry, has appointed Colin Ferguson as country manager for Angola.

Colin, who started his career as a commercial diver, has more than 20 years’ experience working on large scale engineering projects in the upstream oil and gas industry. He joins DOF Subsea from Superior Energy Services/Hallin Marine Services, where he was country manager for Angola.

Colin brings a wealth of experience to DOF Subsea, having worked in many countries in West Africa as well as in South Africa, the Persian Gulf, India and Thailand. His previous positions have been with oil and gas companies including Mermaid Offshore Services, Global Industries Limited and Stolt Comex Seaway.

As part of his position as General Manager at DOF Subsea Angola, Colin will focus on enhancing the company’s profile and business potential in Angola. Training and development for personnel and monitoring the financial and health and safety performance will also be key aspects of Colin’s role.




 

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