Ceona Hires New Executive VP

MarineLink.com
Friday, May 03, 2013

Ceona announced the appointment of Mark Preece who will be joining the executive team as Executive Vice President Commercial and Business Development and will report to Steve Preston, CEO. Mark will join on the June 2, 2013.

Mark has senior management, commercial, operations and business development experience gained both in the U.K. and international oil and gas and offshore renewable energy markets.

Before joining CEONA Mark was CEO at the tier two subsea start-up company Reef Subsea, SVP Business Development and Marketing at Acergy, Managing Director with Bibby Line Ltd, and earlier was with Technip SA, Coflexip Stena and Stena Offshore where he was Managing Director Canada & Caspian, and Senior Vice President U.K. and International Business Development.

In his earlier career he was a Ship's Master, a Marine Superintendent and a Project Manager. Mark is a Master Mariner with an MBA from Henley Management College.

www.ceona-offshore.com

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