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Crondall Energy expands pipelines team

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Crondall Energy, the floating production and subsea specialist, is growing its subsea pipelines team with the appointment of Katya Murray, who joins them as a Senior Consultant.

Katya has years of experience working within multi-disciplinary Energy Consultancies, Design Offices and Operator environments in different countries including Russia, UK and the Middle East. She holds a BEng degree in Pipelines and Storage Facilities Design and MSc in Production Petroleum. Katya also has expertise in field development covering conceptual design, pre-FEED development, due-diligence, cost estimation, and economic analysis/screening.

Crondall Energy operates globally with offices in Aberdeen, London, Winchester, Newcastle, Houston and Singapore. The subsea group provides specialist pipeline engineering services including field development engineering, technical consulting, business consulting and technology development.

Stephen Booth, Managing Director said: “We are delighted to welcome Katya. Her broad experience fits neatly into our concept development team and allows us to continue our strategy of offering our clients a broader, more integrated, field development service.”

Crondall Energy is an independent consultancy providing strategic, commercial and technical services for offshore energy projects that use floating production and subsea technologies.

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