Ocean Installer Appoints Head for New U.S. Office

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Monday, April 08, 2013
Michael Newbury. Photo: Ocean Installer

Ocean Installer appointed Michael Newbury as President for its U.S. office, located in Houston, Texas. The office has been established to cater for projects run out of the US.

Entering his new position in April 2013, Michael Newbury brings with him managerial experience and track record from the U.S. subsea industry. He comes from a position as Vice President for Operations and Business Development with the U.S.-based subsea contractor Deep Down, Inc. and has senior experience from the U.S. subsea industry, including Subsea 7 and Halliburton.

The process of opening an Ocean Installer U.S. office was initiated last year and is now completed with the registration of the Ocean Installer legal entity, Ocean Installer Texas Inc., and the appointment of Michael Newbury as President. The Ocean Installer U.S. branch will serve as an office for project development and management and is a step in Ocean Installer’s global expansion.

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