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Hal J. Goldie appointed to board of Enpro Subsea

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Hal Goldie has joined the board of production optimisation specialist, Enpro Subsea, in a non-exec director role. He joins the company during its most successful period to date, with 41 of their patented Flow Access Modules (FAM) now being adopted by major and independent operators globally.

The Aberdeen based company delivers flexible subsea solutions to support operators across the life of field from development phase through to decommissioning. Their FAM system was most recently deployed by LLOG Exploration in the Gulf of Mexico on the Crown and Anchor field.

Mr Goldie, who is based in Houston, has a career that spans almost 50 years in the oil and gas industry. Having started as an engineering apprentice at Cameron in Scotland in 1969, he rose through the ranks within various divisions in Norway, Middle East, UK and USA holding senior management and executive positions including president, Cameron Subsea Systems.

In joining Enpro, Hal commented: “I am delighted to join the Enpro board and the opportunity to work closely with the management team that developed and commercialised technologies that are proving to have a significant impact on project cost. Their FAM technology enables data recovery and the ability to cost effectively incorporate technologies required through the life of a subsea well or field avoiding the need for pre-investment.”

Ian Donald, Enpro CEO, added: “Hal shares our passion and Enpro Subsea’s vision for delivering increased recovery from subsea assets. He has a deep understanding of the subsea market and the challenges client face maximising value across the life cycle of their assets. We look forward to working with him in to develop the business.”

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