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New project director for WFS Technologies

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WFS Technology has appointed Christopher Curran as a Project Director for the Americas region. He recently retired from BP where he was an advisor with the upstream facilities technology group.?

Christopher brings considerable experience in all aspects of the subsea sector as well as an insight into how best to apply Seatooth(R) products and technology.

He has particularly worked in the areas of subsea condition monitoring and integrity management, and has been active in developing and promoting subsea wireless communication technology.

His work covers many aspects of subsea systems and controls. He is a focal point for the development of high integrity pressure protection systems and their application in the Gulf of Mexico.? He is Chairman of API 17F Subsea Controls, API 17O HIPPS and API 17V for Subsea Safety.??

Christopher has over 30 years’ experience within the industry.? He has a degree in Physics from University of Bristol and is founding Chairman of the Society for Underwater Technology’s Houston Branch.? He is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Society for Underwater Technology and of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Brendan Hyland, Chairman at WFS Technology Ltd said; “We are delighted to have Christopher join our expanding team. He brings strong industry experience and a deep knowledge of the subsea markets in which we are successfully establishing ourselves.”

Edited from source by Stephanie Roker

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