Enpro Subsea Strengthens Americas Division

Enpro Subsea has welcomed a new senior advisor to bolster the strategic team in the Americas as part of plans to expand market share and build portfolio in Brazil.

The business has appointed Francesco Santoro as its strategic consultant in South America.

Primarily based in Rio de Janeiro, Santoro has previously undertaken leadership roles at Petrobras, Technip and Oceaneering.

As part of the Americas focused team, he will be supported by Adam Hudson, vice president (Americas), based in Houston.

Earlier this year, former Cameron Subsea Systems senior executive, Hal Goldie, was announced as a non-executive director at Enpro Subsea. He is also Houston based.

Enpro Subsea is looking to replicate its successes of flow access module (FAM) technology in Gulf of Mexico and Ghana in Brazil, where their strategy for low cost tiebacks in mature fields is gaining traction.

Santoro said: “It is very encouraging to see operators in Brazil turning their attention to companies delivering outstanding results in the other expanding basins around the world. The team at Enpro Subsea has a proven track record for its FAM and associated technologies with operators in West Africa and the Gulf of Mexico, as demonstrated with recent first oil with LLOG on the Crown and Anchor Field. I’m very excited to be working with Enpro and helping them to further their potential in this region.”

Ian Donald, Enpro Subsea managing director, said: “With Francesco as part of our strategic team in the Americas, this further strengthens our position in Brazil and beyond.

“He has a wealth of experience in the region and shares our ambition to bring value to our expanding portfolio of global clients by delivering increased ultimate recovery from subsea wells through an enhanced subsea architecture and innovative technology.”

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