Robert (Bob) Conners has been named CEO of Umbilicals International, a Seanamic Group company.

Enercapita appointed Greg Tisdale as the trust’s CEO and appointed Craig Hruska chairman of the board of directors.

Freudenberg selected Dr. Andreas Raps as CEO of EagleBurgmann Germany, a joint venture of EKK and Freudenberg Group.

CONSOL Energy announced the retirement of Chief Commercial Officer James C. Grech in April. No successor is to be appointed due to corporate reorganization.

Sigma Cubed Inc. (SIGMA³) promoted Charlotte Kula to CFO.

Warren Resources Inc.’s board of directors named James A. Watt chief restructuring officer, to serve in that position in addition to his other positions as president and CEO.

Santos Ltd. made new appointments to its executive team: Bill Ovenden was named vice president exploration, Brett Woods was named vice president development, Vince Santostefano was named COO, John Anderson was named executive vice president commercial and business development, Andrew Seaton was named CFO and Angus Jaffray was named executive vice president strategy and corporate services. In addition, Peter Hearl and Guy Cowan were appointed to the board as independent nonexecutive directors.

OFS Portal LLC’s Dave Wallis, the director for Eastern Hemisphere, retired after more than 15 years with the company. His duties transitioned over to CEO Chris Welsh.

JMC Capital Partners selected Bill Tamul as a principal.

Anja Bischof is the new head of the representative office of DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG in Berlin.

Jim Kang, Ph.D., PE, joined CDM Smith as a vice president and industrial water and wastewater expert in the company’s Industrial Services Group.

Chevron Corp. named Randolph S. Richards corporate vice president and treasurer.

Consumers Energy named Shaun Johnson vice president and deputy general counsel.

Hoover Container Solutions appointed Scott Meints vice president of service operations, and Adolfo Aguilera has joined Hoover as vice president of manufacturing.

William L. Boeing, EXCO Resource’s vice president, general counsel and secretary, resigned April 15, with W. Justin Clarke succeeding him.

Global Marine Systems Ltd. promoted Mikkel Gleerup to the role of director, sales and commercial. Darren Lam joined SB Submarine Systems, a company joint venture in China, as managing director.

AccessESP named John Algeroy as the Europe and Africa region manager.

ACD LLC has appointed Doug Rosson director of business development and general manager of its Houston service center.

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) welcomed Sean L’Estrange as Western Australia’s new Minister for Mines and Petroleum.

Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd., an Acteon company, selected Bob Terrell as regional manager and Andrew Blaquiere as proposals and project engineer. Both will focus on growing Aquatic’s business in the Americas.

Magma Global named John Jondle senior adviser, based at Magma’s Houston office.

Conductor Installation Services Ltd., an Acteon company, appointed James Chadd managing director.

Trelleborg Sealing Solutions named Linda Muroski president of marketing Americas.

Richard Alan Morgan joined Bell Geospace Inc. as senior geoscientist.

Isabell Hametner has been named new head of human resources at OMV.

The National Ocean Industries Association board of directors elected Kevin McEvoy as chairman and Dave Welch as vice chairman for the upcoming 2016-17 term.

Petroleum Geo-Services ASA named Walter Qvam new chairperson of the board.

Bibby Offshore Holdings Ltd. named Archie Kennedy to the board as a nonexecutive director.


ESMA Industrial Enterprises has opened the first Holmatro Premium Service Center in the Middle East. After an intensive training period with Holmatro, all of the testing equipment and specialist tools needed to carry out the servicing and repairs of hydraulic cylinders, pumps, hoses, control valves, and mechanical and lifting tools were installed in the new service center.

Petroplan has expanded into Mozambique, having received its official business license in early March. The Maputo-based team, which is working with one of sub-Saharan Africa’s leading oil and gas companies, will be supported by existing Petroplan offices in London, Houston, Calgary, Dubai and South Africa.

Siemens opened its Cyber Security Operation Center for the protection of industrial facilities, with locations in Lisbon and Munich in Europe and one in Milford, Ohio, in the U.S. Siemens industrial security specialists based at these sites monitor industrial facilities worldwide for cyberthreats, warn companies in the event of security incidents and coordinate proactive countermeasures.

Flogistix LP launched a new Downhole Services Division in March. The Oklahoma City-based company now offers services including composite coiled tubing, steel tubing, nitrogen membrane service, artificial lift installation, and purging and pressure-testing of vessels at gas plants and pipelines.