Australia: Neptune Marine’s Director Retires

Neptune Marine Services Ltd notes that effective from today, due to an increased workload in his private investments and commitments, Mr Rob Scott has announced his retirement from the board of Neptune.

Neptune’s Chairman Mr Ross Kennan stated, “We are all very grateful for Rob’s significant contribution to Neptune since joining as a director of the Company in May 2007. During that period Rob put in extensive time, energy and expertise both in the strategic direction of the Company and as Chairman of its Audit Committee. We would like to wish Rob all the very best and success with his future endeavours.”

Neptune is emerging as a leading provider of engineered solutions to the oil and gas, marine and renewable energy industries. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Neptune’s presence spans operational centres located in Australia, the UK and Asia.

Formed in 2003, Neptune’s expertise represent the consolidation of engineering and project management skills that have been developed over a quarter of a century, with a commitment to delivering innovative and cost-effective solutions.

Neptune’s primary focus is the offshore oil and gas sector where its comprehensive suite of subsea services can be tailored to provide solutions for both new ‘greenfield’ construction projects and existing ‘brownfield’ inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) projects.

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Subsea World News Staff , March 30, 2012;  Image: Neptune

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