UK: Penspen Appoints Subsea Specialist to Expand Deep Water Consultancy in London
The Penspen Group announced the appointment of Senior Subsea Specialist Nick Haines to its Offshore engineering stream in London. With over 23 years experience in the subsea industry, Nick brings extensive experience of equipment design, manufacture, testing & commissioning, offshore installation and engineering management.
Fresh from his previous role managing engineering project teams and deepwater developments at JP Kenny, Nick has particular experience in designing and manufacturing subsea controls systems (SCS) and subsea production systems (SPS) and his extensive previous experience includes a four-year stint as Engineering Manager for BP’s ultra deepwater Block 31 field off the coast of Angola.
Though primarily London-based, Nick will work closely with colleagues across the Offshore stream to provide comprehensive client support for subsea and specifically deepwater field development studies and projects, internationally.
Nick Haines said:
“I’m looking forward to working with Penspen’s long-established offshore stream to embrace new projects and challenges. Above all, I’m to help expand its rapidly-growing business further still.”
London Head of Offshore Colin Cross, said:
“I’m delighted to welcome Nick to the team to help expand and consolidate Penspen’s deep water consultancy expertise in the London office and expand our subsea technology and deepwater consultancy, internationally. His expertise in these key markets is second to none and I have no doubt he will be an excellent asset to the team.”
Penspen’s Engineering & Project Management (EPM) Business Unit includes the Offshore Business Stream which has centres in Aberdeen, London, Abu Dhabi and Bangkok. This Business Stream also trades under the well known and respected subsea and pipelines name, Andrew Palmer and Associates.
Source: Penspen , October 24 , 2011