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Featured People — October 2011 Issue


McFarlane

Eyles
James McFarlane was appointed vice president of Port Coquitlam, Canada-based International Submarine Engineering Ltd. (ISE), the company said in September. McFarlane, who began his career at ISE in 1979, has held positions at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Institute, Sound Ocean Systems Inc. and the International Seabed Authority.

2H Offshore Engineering Ltd.
(Woking, England) announced in September that Tim Eyles had become the managing director of the 2H Offshore group of companies. Eyles joined the company in 1998.

Richard Merrick in September became chief science advisor for NOAA Fisheries. Merrick, who has a Ph.D. in fisheries from the University of Washington, joined the Northeast Fisheries Science Center in 1998. He most recently led the division overseeing the region's fish and marine mammal stock assessments.

Sandy Takacs joined Hydroid Inc. (Pocasset, Massachusetts) in August as a software engineer, where she will design, develop and test software for the company's REMUS vehicles. She was previously a senior software engineer at Raytheon Co.

Applus RTD (Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands) appointed Bengt Eide as offshore projects operations director for the U.K. Continental Shelf and the Norwegian North Sea in August. He most recently held a senior role with Aker Solutions.

Juha Heikinheimo
was appointed president of Napa Ltd. (Helsinki, Finland), the company said in September. He succeeds Matti Salo, who after 11 years in the role will become president of subsidiary Onboard-Napa Ltd.

Prospect (Aberdeen, Scotland) in August announced that John White will join the company as engineering manager. White has held senior managerial and engineering positions in a number of sectors, including high-volume automotive manufacturing and the oil and gas industries.

Laredo Offshore Services Inc. (New Orleans, Louisiana) announced in September that Rory Hebert was appointed manager of maintenance and repair. Hebert, who has more than 20 years of management experience, served in a similar capacity at Central Gulf Shipyard.

Alan Gow, who co-founded Virgin Mobile in 1999, was appointed nonexecutive director of Senergy (Aberdeen, Scotland) in September. He brings more than 30 years of finance, planning and operations experience. He was also nonexecutive chairman of Emergya Wind Technologies.


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