Global Industries Makes Additions

Friday, May 31, 2002
Global Industries, Ltd. announces the appointment of Craig Milburn as operations manager for Global Divers, based in New Iberia, LA. As Operations Manager, Milburn is responsible for diving operations, personnel, equipment, and the diving facilities at the New Iberia facility. Milburn joined Global in 1982 and has held numerous positions as a diver, Supervisor, Superintendent, and project manager domestically and in Asia Pacific. Previously, he attended the University of Oregon in Architecture and the Commercial Diving Center in Los Angeles. Bill Alexander has been appointed Business Development Manager - North America and is based in Houston. As Business Development Manager - North America, Alexander oversees all North American business development, including the Gulf of Mexico, the East and West coasts of the United States, and the Canadian and Alaskan regions. He previously served as Senior Vice President for Business Development for Crescent Drilling & Production, Inc. Alexander has over 23 years of experience in the offshore oil and gas industry with a primary focus on business development for the past eight years. Rob Tissington, formerly with CSO Aker Marine, has been appointed Business Development Manager – West Africa and is based in Lagos, Nigeria. He brings over 20 years of experience in engineering and business development in the marine construction industry. As Business Development Manager - West Africa, Tissington is responsible for all Global West Africa-based clients, business development, sales, and market analysis. Clive R. Makinson-Sanders has been named Director of Projects – Global Mexico and is based in Ciudad Del Carmen. Makinson-Sanders, formerly with General Electric, has over 25 years of experience in the marine construction industry. As Director of Projects - Global Mexico, Makinson-Sanders is responsible for project management and operations for all projects in Mexico.

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