Sentinel Subsea Appoints Non-Exec Board Members

Sentinel Subsea, specialists in passive well integrity monitoring, has announced the appointment of two non-executive board positions, reflecting the company’s expansion strategy.

Founded in 2018, Sentinel Subsea has developed a unique method of monitoring and managing the integrity of subsea wells, wellheads and xmas trees. Without the need for active power supply or data communication subsea, Sentinel Subsea offers a proven method of long-term remote well integrity monitoring.

The newly appointed non-executive board members will assist in the development of the company as it continues to service an evolving subsea marketplace.

2 L R Sam Morrison Sentinel Subsea CFO and Keir Gordon Sentinel Subsea Non Executive DirectorL-R Sam Morrison, Sentinel Subsea CFO, and Keir Gordon, Sentinel Subsea Non-Executive Director.

Being a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, Sam Morrison brings years’ experience working as a CFO within the global energy industry, offering support to a variety of businesses around the world, most recently asset development and construction company operating within decommissioning sector. Sam brings a wealth of expertise to the position of Sentinel Subsea’s CFO and will work closely with the executive team to deliver the firm’s strategy for growth.

Joining him is Keir Gordon, partner and the Deputy Senior Partner at international law firm, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP. Keir specialises in advising on a range of corporate finance transactions, including UK and international mergers and acquisitions (M&A), private equity transactions, investment funds and investment finance related matters. Keir currently sits on the investment committee of the Social Business Trust and sits on the board of a number of private companies. Keir is recognised as one of the UK’s leading experts in mid-market M&A.

Commenting on the appointments, Sentinel Subsea CEO, Neil Gordon, says: “Following recent investment and business growth, our board members’ expertise and experience will prove critical in the further development of Sentinel Subsea. We are delighted to welcome Sam and Keir to the company and look forward to their input as we continue to grow.

“We know our technology has vast benefits for the industry including large cost savings and a reduced emission footprint. We are excited to support the industry in eliminating risks associated with maturing infrastructure and in turn, extending the life of the subsea facilities.”

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