Modus Names New Head of Projects (UK)

Modus Names New Head of Projects (UK)


Modus Seabed Intervention Ltd has named subsea industry specialist Pat Haggerty as its new Head of Projects.

Pat takes on this newly created position to meet the demand for Modus’ services from across the energy sectors and the growth the company is experiencing in these markets.

Formerly Regional General Manager Subsea 7’s iTech division based in Aberdeen, Pat is highly-regarded as one of the ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) and intervention sectors leading figures. As Regional Manager at Subsea 7, Pat held overall responsibility for Europe & West Africa ROV operations for the iTech division.

Prior to seven years with Subsea 7, Pat spent more than a decade with Oceaneering International Services Ltd holding a number of roles including ROV Manager and ROV Operations Manager responsible for financial, commercial, technical and operational activities across domestic and international markets.

As Head of Projects at Modus, Pat will be directly responsible for the company’s ROV, trenching and intervention projects and support its future growth strategy.

Modus operates a fleet of state-of-the-art trenching and Work-Class ROV spreads and equipment. The company is actively involved in trenching, ROV and survey operations across the world in the oil & gas, renewable energy and telecommunications markets.

Pat Haggerty, Head of Projects at Modus Seabed Intervention, said: “I have been impressed with the ambition and innovation shown by Modus and am keen to be part of the company’s growth in the global subsea sector. It is committed to delivering a quality provision to the sector through technology and high levels of service, which helps set it apart in the market.”

Jake Tompkins, Managing Director of Modus Seabed Intervention, said: “Pat’s appointment signals our intentions to further enhance our position in the global subsea industry.

“The continuing developments within the oil & gas sector and the establishment of the offshore renewables industry present particular opportunities for Modus as we build new and existing relationships in the supply chain. Pat’s reputation, experience and expertise of managing large scale, multi-faceted ROV operations will play a key role in delivering high level services to these markets and helping meet our growth objectives.”

Press Release, September 11, 2012

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