Ensco Promotes Lowe to EVP

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 2, 2014

Ensco plc announced that Carey Lowe has been promoted to Executive Vice President.


Lowe will be responsible for overseeing investor relations, public relations, employee communications and branding, led by Vice President Sean O’Neill, as well as strategy, headed by Vice President Michael Howe, and human resources, directed by Vice President Maria Silva.

Mr. Lowe was most recently Senior Vice President – Eastern Hemisphere where he led operations for Europe, Africa, Middle East and the Asia Pacific region. He will continue to be based in London. Mr. Lowe joined Ensco in 2008 as Senior Vice President and has led capital projects, engineering, strategic planning, the deepwater fleet, and safety, health and environmental management.

Steve Brady will succeed Mr. Lowe as Senior Vice President – Eastern Hemisphere and relocate to London. Mr. Brady was previously Senior Vice President – Western Hemisphere based in Houston.

Gilles Luca has been appointed Senior Vice President – Western Hemisphere. His prior roles include Vice President – Strategy, Vice President – Brazil and Vice President – Europe and Mediterranean. Mr. Brady and Mr. Luca will continue to report directly to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Burns.

“Ensco has a deep bench of talented senior managers,” said CEO and President Carl Trowell. “These promotions highlight our commitment to career development and will further strengthen our company.”

The management changes are effective immediately.

Ensco plc brings energy to the world as a global provider of offshore drilling services to the petroleum industry. For more than 25 years, the company has focused on operating safely and going beyond customer expectations. Ensco is ranked first in total customer satisfaction with top honors in eight of 14 categories in the latest annual survey by EnergyPoint Research.

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