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Featured People — June 2011 Issue


Addington

Keith
Fugro Multi Client Services (Houston, Texas) named Tim Addington chief geophysicist in April. He will provide geophysical support for the Americas, including seismic data processing and quality control.

Robert Keith was named general manager of OceanWorks International (Burn?aby, Canada) in March. Keith, with more than 30 years of experience in the offshore industry, specializes in ROVs. He will promote deepwater engineering, fabrication and operational capabilities.

Kathryn D. Sullivan was confirmed as assistant secretary of commerce for environmental observation and prediction for NOAA in May. Sullivan, who was previously NOAA chief scientist in 1993, was appointed by President Obama for the role. She will provide direction on satellites, space weather, water and ocean observations and forecasts.

Global Diving & Salvage Inc. (Seattle, Washington) named Nathan McLellan as its contracts administrator in March. His responsibilities include managing, interpreting and providing counsel to project managers on contractual obligations while en?suring insurance obligations are properly met.

Teledyne RD Instruments
(Poway, California) named Alan Kenny as sales manager for the company's navigation product line. He was previously vice president of sales for the Americas of RESON Inc.

BlueView Technologies (Seattle, Washington) added Nick Lesnikowski as 3D product manager and hydrographer in April. He will direct and manage the company's 3D Mechanical Scanning and 3D MicroBathymetry product lines and will provide technical support for hydrographic survey applications.

Teledyne D.G. O'Brien (Seabrook, New Hampshire) named Maxwell Mulholland as director of sales and marketing in April. Mulholland has more than 20 years of international experience in general management, strategy, sales, business development and technology management.

Alex McAndrew was appointed country manager for Harris Pye Brasil Ltda (Macaé, Brazil). He worked most recently with SLP Engineering and then C&D Group on the design, construction and outfitting of a 180–person living quarters for the BP Valhall field.

Marport Deep Sea Technologies Inc. (St. John's, Canada) named Sean Chapman chief sonar engineer. Chapman will lead the product team responsible for the engineering and synthetic architecture for the company's software–defined synthetic aperture sonar platform. He previously worked as chief scientist for sonar systems for Ultra Electronics.


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