Tønsberg has over 18 years’ experience working in the global upstream oil and gas sector in senior roles with operators such as Shell and Total as well as service companies including Oceaneering. His track-record in supply-chain management, contracting, procurement, business development as well as mergers and acquisitions will allow ICR to maximise the expansion opportunities for the business in Norway.
Based in Norway for 11 years, Tønsberg has a degree in Law & Economics from his home country Denmark and has held senior managerial positions across Europe, Russia and Norway. Throughout his career, Tønsberg has also achieved sporting success in tennis resulting in an official Ambassador title after being an integral part of bringing the Davis Cup to Stavanger in 2017.
Commenting on his appointment, Tønsberg said: “I am delighted to join the ICR team and excited to use my knowledge from operators as well as service companies to grow ICR in Norway and support our clients’ with their integrity requirements. The insight my experience brings will not only support our growing team in Norway but also our global operations and expansion.”
Willie Rennie, CEO, added: “With Johan heading up our Norway operations, and our other global locations strengthened throughout last year with key appointments and investment, we are excited about the year ahead. With our integrity solutions growing in demand and resulting in large time and cost savings for our clients, we are looking forward to supporting our customers and continuing to develop our technology with their needs in mind.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/product-news/21022020/icr-appoints-norway-general-manager/
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