M2 Subsea has bolstered its European business development team with the appointment of David Sinclair as business development manager – renewables and decommissioning.
Based in Aberdeen, David will be responsible for leading the company’s business acquisition strategy for both these sectors in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) and Europe.
Bringing more than 10 years of industry experience, Mr Sinclair joins M2 Subsea from Bibby Offshore where he held the position of engineering and innovation manager.
Graduating with a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering, David started his career as a project engineer at Global Pipelay Operations Group before progressing to senior engineering roles at Subsea 7 and Technip Offshore Wind.
He has extensive experience in marine technology and an established a track record in achieving project success utilising his technical and managerial skills.
M² Subsea chief executive officer, Mike Arnold, said: “David is a huge asset to our growing business development team and we are thrilled to welcome him on board.
“His breadth of skills across the subsea sector and experience in the ROV market will prove invaluable to our company as we continue to develop our business in the renewable and decommissioning sectors.”
Sinclair is the latest addition to M² Subsea’s European business development team, following the appointment of Hugh Riddell and Jack Taylor earlier this year.
Hugh joined M² Subsea in June 2017 as business development manager for the UKCS. He previously held the roles of client manager at Technip and sales account manager at Swire Oilfield Services.
Jack, who holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Robert Gordon University, was most recently project engineer at Bibby Offshore and joined M² Subsea in October 2017 as client account manager.
David Sheret, interim business development director at M2 Subsea added: “We have bolstered our business development team in response to increased activity in the UKCS and our team has never been in a stronger position with the appointment of Hugh, Jack and David. I look forward to seeing the results I know they will produce.