Reflex Marine Appoints Bittan to Board

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Reflex Marine, dedicated to the transfer of personnel to and from offshore installations and vessels, has appointed a new board member to help meet the demands of global growth, particularly in the , and diversification of the company’s products and service portfolio.

David Brittan, a graduate of mechanical engineering from , began his career as a drilling engineer with BP in 1987. He has since worked with a number of major oil and gas companies, with considerable international experience.

He held the position of Worldwide Well Engineering Manager for BG Group and a coordinating role on the giant Karachaganak project in . He has worked in key markets across the globe, including , and .

(www.reflexmarine.com)

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