NSMP Grows Its Management Team
NSMP is pleased to announce that the following new appointments have been made to its management team through the second half of 2016
NSMP is pleased to announce that the following new appointments have been made to its management team through the second half of 2016;
Matt Nicol has been appointed to the NSMP Board as Operations Director. He joins us from Centrica where he was recently Director, Production & Non-Operated Assets and has 23 years energy sector experience with BP, Apache, Canadian Natural Resources and Centrica in a wide range of technical, operations and management roles.
Mark Dryden-Brownlee joins us as Commercial Manager. Recently with JX Nippon as Production and Sales Manager, Mark has 15 years commercial experience in the energy sector in a range of roles including trading and business development with RWE, E.ON Ruhrgas and DONG.
Adam Hunt has been appointed Finance Manager and joins us from Hurricane Energy. An engineer by background, Adam has over 13 years industry experience including technical roles with Bureau Veritas and Airbus prior to training as an accountant with Deloitte and then joining Hurricane Energy.
Steven Humphrey joins NSMP as Legal Manager from Dana Petroleum. Through a legal career spanning 14 years, Steven initially trained with Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace prior to joining Stronachs. He then moved in-house with Chevron in an upstream role prior to joining Dana as Senior Legal Advisor.
Sarah Sofekun joins NSMP as Team Assistant. Based in London, Sarah will provide support to both of NSMP’s offices in London and Aberdeen.
Commenting on the appointments, Andy Heppel, CEO of NSMP, said:
“Following our successful acquisition of the Total St Fergus Gas Terminal and associated interests in the FUKA and SIRGE pipelines, I am very pleased to welcome Matt, Mark, Adam, Steven and Sarah to the NSMP team.”
Mike Wagstaff, chairman of NSMP, added:
“The significant additional horsepower that we now have on board will help NSMP continue to grow and achieve our objective of being the leading independent midstream infrastructure owner in the North Sea."