Barry Macleod News

Barry Macleod, Rever Offshore CEO - Image by Rever Offshore

'Major' North Sea Deal for Rever Offshore with Perenco

, platform leg clamps, topside, and subsea spool installation and subsea tie-in - plus installation, pre-commissioning engineering and topside support work to tie-in the platform piping infrastructure.Engineering work starts with immediate effect, with the first offshore phase taking place in Q3 2020.Barry Macleod, Rever Offshore CEO, commented: "This contract award represents the latest development in our long-standing relationship with Perenco UK Ltd. I am particularly pleased that in addition to the installation, tie-in and pre-commissioning work taking place later this year and in 2021, this project

Subsea UK: New Board for 2020

Subsea UK announced a new board of senior subsea leaders with a mix of expertise and knowledge across all sectors of the industry.The new board members are Dorothy Burke, Managing Director at Ecosse IP, Suzy Davies, VP HSSE Greenfield Projects at Aker Solutions, Michael Jones, Chief Executive of SMD, Barry Macleod, Chief Executive of Rever Offshore, Tom Moore, Subsea Maintenance Lead at Shell UK and Jonathan Tame, Vice President UK and Canada for Subsea 7.Existing board members who were re-elected are: Zander Bruce, Subsea Operations Manager for BP North Sea; Bill Morrice, VP Commercial and Country Manager

Barry MacLeod has been named CEO of the newly rebranded Rever Offshore (Photo: Rever Offshore)

Rever Offshore Names MacLeod CEO

Subsea services provider Rever Offshore, formerly Bibby Offshore, said on Monday it has appointed Barry MacLeod as its new chief executive officer, replacing Mark Bessell, who stepped down from the role last month, for personal reasons.MacLeod’s appointment builds on eight years’ experience as board director of the company. His roles within Rever have included operations director, asset management director and – latterly – managing director; a post he has held for the past five years.MacLeod has extensive engineering and project management experience within the wider oil and

Barry Macleod, UKCS managing director at Bibby Offshore (Photo: Bibby Offshore)

Bibby Offshore Wraps up North Sea Work

in the Renee and Rubie fields located in blocks 15/27 and 15/28 of the Central North Sea.   Both contracts utilized the company’s inspection, repair and maintenance vessel Olympic Bibby and were the latest in a series awarded by these clients.   Commenting on the contract awards, Barry Macleod, UKCS managing director at Bibby Offshore, said, “The successful completion of both work scopes further consolidates our exceptional ability to deliver projects in a short period of time and with a quick, successful turnaround.    “We place a huge emphasis upon client

Barry Macleod, UKCS managing director at Bibby Offshore (Photo: Bibby Offshore)

Bibby Completes Decommissioning Work for Maersk Oil UK

in a number of contracts the client has awarded Bibby Offshore within the past 12 months.   “We have successfully completed multiple projects with this customer, with the latest contract demonstrating their confidence in our late life management and decommissioning expertise,” said Barry Macleod, UKCS managing director at Bibby Offshore.    

Olympic Ares (Photo: Bibby Offshore)

Olympic Ares Undertaking Renewables Contract in Northern Scotland

the Pentland Firth, Northern Scotland.   The Olympic Ares, which is equipped with a 250te AHC Knuckle Boom crane, was selected for its excellent seakeeping ability to work in challenging conditions. Bibby Offshore’s owned and operated ROVs will also be utilized on the project.   Barry MacLeod, Managing Director, UKCS, Bibby Offshore, commented, “We continue to expand our credentials in the renewables sector, an area of strategic growth for Bibby Offshore. Our expertise and excellent project execution for clients means we are well placed to continue to grow our presence in this

Barry Macleod, managing director Photo Bibby Offshore

Bibby Offshore Wins Shell Subsea Deal

optimum levels of productivity were achieved.   Bibby Offshore’s successful completion of this scope of work resulted in Shell awarding the company a second contract at its West Ireland assets. The project commenced in July and is set for completion by the end of this year.   Barry Macleod, managing director at Bibby Offshore, said: “These contracts are very important for Bibby Offshore and our relationship with Shell is continuing to strengthen. Securing the second scope of work off the back of our success in June is testament to the skill and dedication of our team to deliver

Mark Fotheringham – E+P Director (Maersk) and Barry Macleod – Managing Director UKCS (Bibby Offshore)

Bibby Offshore Begins Construction, IRM Campaign

based onshore will support this.   “We have successfully completed contracts for Maersk Oil in the past and we are delighted to continue our working relationship. This contract demonstrates confidence in our ability to deliver complex and challenging subsea projects,” said Barry Macleod, Managing Director UKCS of Bibby Offshore. “2013 was an extremely successful year for Bibby Offshore and the business is expanding rapidly, with our restructure of our management team we have put in a strong foundation to support further growth and to continue to offer the commitment and

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