12.02.15 2H Offshore Appoint Phil Ward

2H Offshore has appointed Phil Ward as a director in its Aberdeen office. This new role reflects Ward’s experience, knowledge and commitment to 2H, and is a promotion from his current role as principal engineer. Ward will work alongside the existing management team to jointly lead the company’s growing Aberdeen business.

Ward holds a master’s degree in engineering from the University of Cambridge. He is also a Chartered Engineer and a member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers. Having worked for 2H Offshore in its Aberdeen office for more than four years, he offers extensive understanding of drilling, completion and intervention riser systems, both for subsea well and fixed platform operations, and in-depth knowledge of wellhead fatigue assessment, mitigation and structural monitoring.

Ward said, “2H’s Aberdeen office has exhibited impressive growth over the past few years, and I look forward to further strengthening our share of the local market for riser and conductor engineering. My main focus will be on enhancing the support we give to our clients on their new drill developments, and maximising the potential of their existing infrastructure.”

For more information contact:

Mairead Lawrence, Global Management Coordinator, 2H Offshore
T: +44 (0)1483 774939
E: mairead.lawrence@2hoffshore.com 

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