PDi Appoints Managers for Subsea and Decommissioning Activities

Latest News 11th May 2018

Following a very busy year and successful delivery of numerous projects, PDi are delighted to announce the appointment of two dedicated managers to lead activities in the Subsea and Decommissioning markets.

Steph Kiltie leads PDi’s Decommissioning team. With over 30 years oil and gas industry experience, Steph has held roles within major operators and contractors including TAQA, Shell, Chrysaor, Ithaca and Technip. In recent years Steph has focussed on decommissioning projects acting as project manager on several national and international projects. On her new appointment Steph comments, “Having been a project manager with PDi for 4 years, it is exciting to move into this new role and have the opportunity to further develop PDi’s already impressive decommissioning capabilities”.

PDi’s Subsea Engineering activities are now led by Murray Scott. Murray has over 20 years industry experience in engineering and management roles with a strong background in pipelay, subsea construction and installation projects. Murray has led PDi’s involvement in major projects in Brazil, West Africa and The North Sea, with scopes ranging from new developments, subsea repairs through to execution of decommissioning. Murray comments “After almost 8 years at PDi, I am delighted to have been given this opportunity and look forward to the challenges that lie ahead”.

The appointment of Steph and Murray in these new roles reinforces the strong corporate position the company has achieved and will help to maintain the superior standards PDi strives to achieve in all activities. Ramesh Madhavan, Head of Strategy & Integration, for Oil & Gas business of Tattva Group, PDi’s parent company, comments, “Both Steph and Murray are an invaluable part of our team and have made great headway in the development of these key areas of our business. As the company continues to grow and diversify, we are confident that they will strengthen and develop the capabilities for which PDi is recognised”.