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Operations Manager for Brazil

  09/03/2012
Torsten Marten has taken up the new post of Brazil operations manager at NCS Survey, an Acteon company. Torsten will be based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from the 25 March 2012 and will look after all NCSís current and future operations in the country.

 

 

Torsten Marten for NCS Survey in BrazilA graduate in hydrography and ocean science from the University of Plymouth, UK, Torsten has over 17 years’ experience in the offshore survey industry in field and project management roles. He joins NCS from Subsea 7, where he was a project surveyor involved in major deepwater projects, including Total’s Pazflor development in Angola and the Petrobras PRA-1 tie-in project in Brazil.




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