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Featured People — April 2011 Issue


Landry

Plant
InterMoor (Houston, Texas) named Ross Landry subsea operations manager in January. Working out of the company's Lafayette, Louisiana, office, he will manage activities related to subsea operations, including facility-based projects and abrasive cutting and heave compensation services. Landry, with 15 years of industry experience, was previously technical manager and assistant operation manger for the company's subsea facility.

Lucy Plant was named international marketing manager at Fugro Multi Client Services Inc. (Houston) in January. She first joined Fugro in 2005 as a marketing geologist, and was most recently business development manager for the Americas at Fugro Robertson.

Tritech International Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland) has appointed Angus Lugsdin as its U.S. business development manager. Previously senior vice president with a worldwide underwater systems company, Lugsdin has spent more than 12 years in the subsea industry.

Kevin McEvoy was selected in February as president and chief executive officer of Oceaneering International Inc. (Houston, Texas) after the retirement of T. Jay Collins. McEvoy has been with the company for 32 years, serving since February 2010 as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He began his offshore career as an officer in the U.S. Navy working in the areas of diving, salvage and submarine rescue.

GlobeNet (Boca Raton, Florida) appointed Antonio Belli as director of sales and marketing in January. Belli, with more than 20 years of telecommunications experience, was most recently employed as director of sales and marketing for Latin American and the Caribbean for Alcatel-Lucent Sub?marine Networks.

Ray Loo was appointed regional sales manager for Southeast Asia by McCrometer Inc. (Hemet, California), the company announced in January. In his new role, he will help assist the company with oil and gas and industrial process flow measurement.

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has made Andy Woolgar president of the council of IMCA. Woolgar, of Subsea 7, is a seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services contractor. He also was named chair of the association's overall management committee.

John Thackrah began his role as executive director of the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command in January. Thackrah was previously principle deputy of the Navy's strategic systems program.


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