UK: Barrie Horsburgh Joins Jee as Principal Subsea Controls Engineer

UK Barrie Horsburgh Joins Jee as Principal Subsea Controls Engineer

 

Barrie Horsburgh has joined engineering firm Jee as Principal Subsea Controls Engineer.

Barrie brings with him considerable subsea controls and Intervention Workover Control Systems (IWOCS) experience gained across different continents and through a range of high-profile subsea projects. He is a skilled project manager and has an understanding of deep water wells in the UK, Brazil and North and West Africa.

“Jee has some interesting projects on the go. I’m looking forward to getting involved with them, and to building a new subsea controls team,” said Barrie.

Jee is a subsea engineering and training company with offices in London and Aberdeen. As well as detailed design, FEED, integrity management and engineering analysis services, it also specialises in complex subsea challenges such as vortex induced vibrations, overtrawling and intelligent pigging.

Subsea World News Staff , March 28, 2012;  Image: Jee

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