N-Sea Strengthens Survey Capabilities With Key Appointment
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17 July 2018UK and Netherlands-based subsea provider N-Sea has appointed Hans Van Peet as the company’s survey authority.
Hans van Peet, who joins the organisation from Heerema Marine Contractors, brings more than 30 years of specialist experience in survey, positioning and ROV intervention to the role. He previously led subsea services for a variety of leading offshore companies, including the technical management of major frame agreements for ROV and survey and positioning services.
N-Sea, known for its expertise in integrated survey services, specialises in survey and data management for: hydrographic and geophysical survey, UXO survey/ID/disposal, cable and pipeline inspection and construction and installation support. Based in the Netherlands, Hans will be responsible for overseeing all survey activities within N-Sea, as well as driving forward innovation of survey products, services and technology.
Gerard Keser, N-Sea’s CEO, said: "We are delighted to welcome Hans van Peet to N-Sea’s management team. His vast survey knowledge, technical background teamed with his management experience, will be a tremendous asset to the company. We are confident that his appointment will ensure we continue to create sustainable competitive advantages through continual innovation of our survey services.”
Mr Van Peet added: "I am looking forward to help shape the direction of future survey activities for N-Sea, at what is an exciting time for the company. I believe the role will allow me to play a key part in delivering the strategic results required for long-term success and I’m pleased to be working with a company with such a strong track record.”
N-Sea specialises in subsea services for the renewable, oil and gas, and utility industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. With a focus on safe and efficient operations, N-Sea provides offshore survey and IMR services to subsea asset operators and tier 1 contractors.