Oilfield services giant Cameron has confirmed that R.Scott Rowe has officially taken on the roles of president and chief executive today.
His appointment forms part of the company’s succession plan, announced when Schlumberger acquired Cameron in a $14.8billion deal in August.
Rowe has served with Cameron for 13 years. He previously served as chief executive officer of OneSubsea, the company’s joint venture with Schlumberger Limited.
Rowe, an Engineering Management graduate from the US Military Academy at West Point, holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a member of Cameron’s board.
He replaces Jack Moore, who is retiring as the company’s chief executive.
Moore joined the company in 1999 after a 23-year career at Baker Hughes.