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From left: Chris Kuykendall, Paul Chittenden and Linda Villa (Photo: Seanamic Group)

Seanamic Group Hires Three in Houston

as sales manager and procurement manager, bringing more than 30 years’ combined subsea experience to the firm.     Additionally, Paul Chittenden has joined Flexlife as business development manager, having held similar roles in Proceanic, Pulse Structural Monitoring and GE Oil and Gas.  He joins the firm three months after it became part of the Seanamic Group.   

Neptune Expands Into United States

an office in Houston, Texas.  Operating under the name Neptune Subsea Inc., it will enable Neptune to provide the full suite of Neptune’s services to clients within the Gulf of Mexico and the Americas.   John Allen, a Houston based strategic business development advisor, formerly of GE Oil and Gas has been appointed to drive the expansion and maximize Neptune’s opportunities in the region.   The expansion has been supported by Scottish Development International, the international arm of Scottish Enterprise. Funding was awarded to Neptune Subsea Engineering in Spring 2016

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GE to Merge Oil & Gas Unit with Baker Hughes

General Electric Co said on Monday it would merge its oil and gas business with Baker Hughes Inc, creating the world's second-largest oilfield services provider as competition heats up to supply more-efficient products and services to the energy industry after several years of low crude prices.   The deal to create a company with $32 billion in annual revenue will combine GE's strengths in making equipment long-prized by oil producers with Baker Hughes's expertise in drilling and fracking new wells.   Shares of Baker Hughes were down nearly 7 percent, a drop that executives said likely

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Red Marine Excels with Intelligent Approach

; and very much promoted – a high impact, engineering led culture within the business since it was founded in 2008. This has seen the business secure contracts to deliver its innovative engineering solutions to major global players including the likes of Subsea 7, FMC Technologies, Technip and GE Oil and Gas.   Orrell believes that as oil companies continue to reduce their operating and capital spend, clients in the oil and gas industry can benefit by developing closer relationships with suppliers to gain more in-depth access to invaluable knowledge.   Red Marine is passionate about

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Red Marine Delivers Bespoke Testing Program

results to allow its client to fully evaluate and understand the valve performance and decompression capabilities.   Red Marine’s core services include offshore installation engineering, subsea solutions and qualification testing. Clients include Subsea 7, Technip, FMC Technologies and GE Oil and Gas

Siemens Wins Vessel Electrical Installation Contract

major long lead time package to be awarded by the shipyard, Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding.  We are especially pleased to be partnering with another world class, global company such as Siemens. Their involvement with our first seafloor production system, along with other industry heavyweights such as GE Oil and Gas, Sandvik, Soil Machine Dynamics, Rolls Royce, Bedeschi and McGregor highlights the quality of the system that we are building. We look forward to reporting on Siemens’ progress as the vessel construction progresses.”  

(left to right) Joseph Bramande and Paul Chittenden

Pulse Hires New U.S. Business Managers

, its Houston office has announced the appointment of two new business development managers to drive the growth of its U.S. operations. The company appointed Paul Chittenden as the business development manager for production riser and pipeline systems. Chittenden joins Pulse from General Electric (GE) Oil and Gas, where he was the tender manager for drilling and production top-tensioned riser systems and a project manager for subsea and surface wellhead systems. He has a Bachelor of Science in business management from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Chittenden’s responsibilities

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MacArtney Workshop on Wheels

cable termination work, slip ring repair, electrical and fiber optical tests – all managed within a fully controlled environment. Supporting Hydril BOP systems At the time of writing, MacArtney technicians working out of the Mobile Workshop are performing a variety of tasks for Hydril (GE Oil and Gas), including termination work on MacArtney Field Installable Termination Assemblies (FITA) for use on Hydril BOP shut down systems. Specifically, the job includes lifting, cleaning, prepping, soldering, crimping, potting, fiber break out and testing, all tasks which are easily performed through

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