EPC Offshore changes management structure

EPC Offshore has made a step-change in its management structure with the creation of three dedicated business streams to capitalize on growth in key sectors of the North Sea oil and gas industry.

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – EPC Offshore has made a step-change in its management structure with the creation of three dedicated business streams to capitalize on growth in key sectors of the North Sea oil and gas industry.

The move will see project units focused on the subsea, brownfield, and floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) markets. The strategic shift will see the company work toward becoming a center for FPSO projects, expanding its capabilities to incorporate due diligence, technical competency and delivery strategies for offshore operators as well as design and construction management.

The group will be led by COO Peter Kirkbride and director Anthony Quick.

EPC Offshore has also brought together a team focused on small-scale brownfield projects in the UK continental shelf. Led by topsides project group leader Alan Cairns, the group will focus on applying the same rigorous process the industry used on large projects to modification works valued at under £5 million ($8 million).

Subsea currently accounts for 70% of the company’s revenue. The company plans to expand the number of project teams, strengthen its contract and procurement element and broaden its capabilities going forward.

10/26/2011

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