Energy consultancy Add Energy has today announced the appointment of Damon Bowler as vice president of its asset and integrity management division.
Mr Bowler, who spent a number of years with Shell, will oversee the new division and have a “specific focus” on Aberdeen, according to Add Energy.
Joining Add Energy in 2017, Mr Bowler served as project manager on the BP West Nile Delta project and programme manager on BP’s Tangguh Expansion Project in Indonesia.
With a particular focus on safety, Mr Bowler also currently chairman of the Step Change in Safety Hydrocarbon Release Prevention working group and is author of the current offshore industry best practice guidelines.
He said: “This is a tremendous opportunity to play a pivotal role in the continued growth journey of Add Energy,
“It is a constant evolution of exciting times for Add Energy as we go from strength to strength. My role will help to ensure that we have the right UK organisation in place to deliver this.”
Add Energy won the 18-month BP West Nile Delta deal more than a year ago, estimated to be worth nearly £1.4 million.
Peter Adam, Executive Vice President of Add Energy, stated: “We have made this appointment to provide more support to projects, management teams and spread responsibility.
“The leadership team believes that these changes will be extremely positive for Add Energy and will allow Damon to better support the continued growth and strategic development of the business.”
Add Energy’s asset and integrity management division has more than 170 employees across offices in Aberdeen, Houston and Muscat.