Aberdeen-based plug and abandonment and slot recovery technology specialist, Ardyne, has appointed Paul Warwick as non-executive chairman.
Warwick has been a non-executive director of Ardyne since shortly after the launch of the company in 2016.
He will take on the role of non-executive chairman from Glynn Williams who has stepped down from the role of executive chairman to become a non-executive director.
Warwick is executive chairman of Whalsay Energy Limited and a non-executive director of Well-Safe. Previously he was an executive vice president at Talisman Energy, and regional president at ConocoPhillips. He was co-chair of Oil and Gas UK and the chair of the Technology Leadership Board.
“I am delighted to have been appointed as chairman at this very exciting time for Ardyne. Ardyne’s casing recovery technology is saving time and money in North Sea operations and we are ready for international expansion,” said Warwick.
Alan Fairweather, Ardyne CEO, said: “We have an ambitious growth plan in motion and we are absolutely delighted to welcome Paul in his new role.”