Westgarth Joins Seagull Board

Press Release
Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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Capt. Graham Westgarth, who becomes a non-executive Seagull Director, has over 40 years industry experience including 18 years at sea (five years as a Ship’s Master). From 2001 to 2010, he was responsible for Teekay’s 5,000 sea and shore staff and the technical management of 200 vessels, as the company extended beyond its conventional tanker interests to shuttle tankers, FPSOs, FSOs and LNG vessels.

He also oversaw development of Teekay’s industry accredited Competence Management System, working closely with Seagull. The training specialist provided the software platform to administer, track and manage the professional progress of all Teekay seafarers.

Now in his second elected term as Intertanko Chairman Capt. Westgarth is also  appointed director to the ABS Council, and is the  Executive Vice President, Operations and Strategy, of GasLog.

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