Decom North Sea (DNS) has elected five new board directors and re-elected five directors, from across a range of sectors within the oil and gas industry, during its Annual General Meeting in St Andrews.
New directors have been named as Alistair Hope, Alan Edwards, SebastiaanPauwels, Robert McCaig and Gerard Lubbinge, whilst those who have been re-elected as directors to the board are Pamela Ogilvie, Tom Leeson, Murdo MacIver, Roy Aspden and David Dent.
Commenting on the newly-elected board, Decom North Sea’s interim chief executive, Karen Seath, said: “The strategic importance of decommissioning in the North Sea continues to grow as the months progress, and I am delighted by the election of these experienced industry professionals. Each has a clear passion to ensure that Decom North Sea continues to play its vital role in current and future decommissioning of the UKCS and beyond.
“Our board brings with it an extensive portfolio of skills and an invaluable breadth of knowledge. It is committed to achieving our overarching objectives; namely ensuring essential cost, operational and environmental efficiency within decommissioning.”