M² Subsea has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Andrew Imrie as global sales and marketing director.
With a career spanning more than 20 years in the global oil and gas industry, Imrie joins M² Subsea from Ampelmann where he was commercial director, based in the Netherlands.
Prior to this, he held a number of senior roles with Proserv, Amec, GE Oil & Gas and National Oilwell Varco. His broad industry experience, coupled with his strong commercial track record has seen him develop new and profitable business opportunities throughout his career.
As global sales and marketing director, Mr Imrie will spearhead M² Subsea’s drive to expand its international offering from its hubs in Aberdeen and Houston. He will be based at the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen and will join the main board alongside Mike Arnold, Mark Wood and Stuart Bannerman.
Mike Arnold, CEO of M² Subsea said: “Our rapid growth has required us to take a more focused commercial approach over the past 12 months. We are looking to expand both in the UK and the US, while actively targeting other markets where we see huge growth potential, such as the Middle East and Asia.
“With Andrew’s wealth of new business expertise, he will be pivotal to ensuring we achieve our business goals, building on the great progress we have made to date, while further strengthening our partnerships, capabilities and geographic reach.”
Commenting on his appointment, Mr Imrie said: “This is a hugely exciting time to be joining a company which has such an ambitious global strategy. M² Subsea has achieved a lot in a very short space of time and has worked hard to position itself as the industry leading provider of ROV project management and engineering services worldwide.
“I look forward to working closely with the team to maximise the opportunities in the offshore market, both at home and overseas.”.
M² Subsea is one of the largest independent providers of underwater ROVs and subsea project management and engineering services, focused on reducing costs and risks to meet the demands of the oil and gas and renewables sectors.