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Warm welcome to our new Business Development Manager for Oil & Gas and Decom in Scotland
21-03-18

PRESS RELEASE

 

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER FOR OIL & GAS AND DECOMMISSIONING STARTS AT FORTH PORTS

 

 

Forth Ports, the UK’s third largest ports group, has appointed Ann Rooney as its new Business Development Manager to focus on oil and gas support and decommissioning activity for Scotland.

 

Ann is a senior executive experienced in business development and operational functions within the shipping, logistics and marine sector. She previously worked with DB Schenker for seven years in various roles and also with GAC Shipping Limited as project coordinator and ships agent. 

 

Ann, who has started with the business, will be based in Aberdeen and work across the Scottish operation, which operates seven commercial ports on the Tay and Forth Estuaries, with her main focus on the ports of Dundee, Leith and Rosyth, working with David Webster and Fiona Doherty the Port Managers for these areas. Ann will also work closely with the team at Dundeecom on joint opportunities in decommissioning.

 

Stuart Wallace, Chief Operating Officer of Forth Ports, said:  “We welcome Ann to the Scottish team. Ann’s appointment comes at an important time for Forth Ports’ as we focus on attracting work from the oil and gas and decommissioning sector to our ports on the Tay and Forth Estuaries. Ann brings a wealth of experience and she has a strong track record in delivering results.”

 

Commenting on her appointment, Ann Rooney said: “This is an exciting time for Forth Ports as they position their key ports as hubs for NSO, decommissioning and offshore renewables. I am confident that there are a number of opportunities particularly in the decommissioning market for the ports and I am looking forward to playing my part in securing this business.

 

21 March 2018                                               -Ends-

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