Cortez Subsea grows team

May 16, 2013

Subsea services and technology products company Cortez Subsea has announced plans for further growth in 2013 with three new appointments reflecting recent business success.

Cortez Subsea was established in 2010 and achieved turnover of over £3 million in 2012.  Its recent move to a new office facility, which can accommodate up to forty people, highlights its success and appetite for further growth. 

Alasdair Cowie, managing director, said, “We are delighted with our achievements to date and are pleased to welcome Pamela, Anthony and Charlie to the Cortez team.”

Pamela Miller joins Cortez as sales and marketing coordinator from a successful marketing career in the motoring industry.  In 2009, her talents saw her win best car launch out of 256 Volkswagen branches for the launch of the Volkswagen Polo.

Anthony Moss is a qualified Chartered Accountant who has previously worked at Andersen, Ernst & Young and most recently, Clydesdale Bank in Aberdeen.  As finance manager, Anthony will work closely with the other members of the senior management team to support the future strategic growth and development of Cortez.

Pipelines and installations operations manager Charlie Hughes has spent more than 20 years in the oil and gas industry, most recently with C.S.L. and Subsea7.  

Cortez Subsea provides a range of subsea services and products in installation, inspection, intervention and decommissioning to UK and international clients in the offshore energy industry.

The company works in collaboration with DeepTech Oil Services, Offshore Technology Solution Ltd (Trinidad), and MCS (Egypt) to provide a broad range of specialties to its clients. 

Mr Cowie said, “More than 40% of UK production is now via subsea systems.  To ensure the North Sea remains a buoyant and competitive region for operators in a competitive, global market, we believe collaboration is essential.  The application of new technology in subsea projects can enable the UK’s oil and gas reserves to be extracted more cost effectively.

“We have a network of collaboration partners which forms an important element of our integrated service and product capability.  Our combined team provides a unique blend of sector experience and expertise.

“2013 looks to be an exciting year with significant investment in powered reel drive systems for installing flexible flowlines, umbilicals and power cable and ROV technology.  The future is bright for subsea in the North Sea and we hope Cortez Subsea will be at the helm of this surge in activity.  Pamela, Anthony and Charlie join at the perfect time to drive our growth and ensure our customers benefit from the specialist services and technology required in today’s market.”

 
Categories: Subsea Europe


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