H2O Names Joseph VP of Electrochemistry Division

press release
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Marion Joseph

H2O, Inc., a leading water system equipment provider, has named Marlon Joseph Vice President of its new Electrochemistry Division, announced H2O President Jess Fike.

Joseph, based in H2O’s Houston office, will work with clients worldwide to expand the Electrochemistry Division and become a major player in the offshore biofouling and sewage treatment markets. In addition, Joseph will educate customers on the application of the electrochlorination process. With the addition of its new Electrochemistry Division, H2O is now a single-source supplier for all top-side water requirements for the offshore and onshore energy markets.


Joseph has more than 15 years of sales experience in the oil and gas industry, working extensively in the United States and Trinidad. “Marlon’s strong technical background will benefit customers and his international experience will help H2O meet the demands of the worldwide energy market,” Fike said. “Establishing an Electrochemistry Division was the final step in establishing H2O as a single-source provider for all top-side water needs. Under Marlon’s leadership, this new line of service is sure to take off.”  Joseph is certified in Contract Management, Marketing and Management and has more than six years of experience in the electrochlorination arena.
 

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