Senergy Appoints Director to Leadership Team

Press Release
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Rob Fisher (center) joins Stuart McAuley (left) and Murray Douglas as a director at Senergy Development Solutions (Photo: Senergy).

Senergy Development Solutions (SDS), which specializes in oil and gas facilities engineering and total project delivery, has positioned itself to harness the increasing market demand for its services by appointing a third director to its leadership team.

Rob Fisher joins fellow directors Murray Douglas and Stuart McAuley at SDS, which is part of global energy services company Senergy. He will underpin and lead SDS’s subsea, pipeline and construction management business and further build on the company’s track record in engineering and project management.

“Rob is a well-respected figure within the subsea industry, and his depth of technical knowledge will strengthen our position in this area, as we consolidate and expand our service offering,” said Douglas. “He not only has a working knowledge of the subsea construction sector, but also brings considerable experience of project integration, from conceptual engineering through to construction and commissioning. We expect that Rob’s considerable energy and innovation in project delivery will significantly bolster the value we are able to generate for our clients and be pivotal in driving forward SDS’s business strategy.”

Senergy, which was established in 2005, employs more than 500 people worldwide across its Aberdeen headquarters and through a network of global offices in the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Australia, South East Asia and the Americas. The company delivers fully integrated project and asset development services across the energy industry.
 

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