Forum Energy Names New Senior Vice President Subsea Technologies (USA)

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Forum Energy Names New Senior Vice President Subsea Technologies (USA)

Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. announces that William (Bill) Boyle has been appointed Senior Vice President – Subsea Technologies. In this role, he will be responsible for Forum’s global subsea business which includes the widest range of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) in the industry, as well as other products and services critical to the subsea sector. Bill will be based in Houston, TX.

Cris Gaut, Forum’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Bill brings over twenty years of international experience in the subsea industry to Forum. His leadership skills and depth of experience are exactly what we need to make Subsea Technologies the preferred partner for our customers in the growing and increasingly complex subsea industry.”

Prior to joining Forum, Bill held senior leadership positions at Subsea 7, Wood Group and Technip. Most recently Bill was Chief Operating Officer at Clough Limited, an Australian publicly traded engineering and construction company headquartered in Perth, Western Australia. He graduated from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland and is a Chartered Surveyor.

Forum also announced that Bryan Suprenant has recently been appointed Vice President – Well Intervention. In this role, Bryan is responsible for overseeing Forum’s interest in Global Tubing, a leading manufacturer of coiled tubing strings, as well as developing Forum’s other businesses in the well intervention sector. Bryan is based in Houston, TX.

“Bryan’s vast experience in the coiled tubing and well intervention areas will be of great value to Forum as we expand the range of products we offer to our service company customers,” stated Cris Gaut.

Bryan was previously President of Complete Production’s IPS Division and before that held positions with Precision Tube Technology, SeaCAT, Camco and Schlumberger. Bryan holds degrees from Montana State University and Illinois State University.


Press Release, October 21, 2013


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