Well-SENSE Appoints Region Manager for Australia

Well-SENSE Appoints Region Manager for Australia

As we continue to expand our global FiberLine Intervention (FLI) business, we are pleased to welcome Rob Crawford to the team. Rob has taken on the position of Region Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Based in Perth with our partners R&D Solutions, this appointment provides support to our existing clients in the region and will drive forward further growth.

Rob joins us from our FrontRow Energy Technology Group sister company, DTI, where he was Sales and Marketing Director for 11 years and a founding co-owner. With a strong track record in the well intervention market and having recently moved to Australia to follow family connections, Rob is well placed to support our growth plans.

At DTI Rob was responsible for global sales of downhole tools, with a focus on delivering high quality customer service and technical product advice to operators and major service companies. Prior to this, Rob worked for Smith International as a Completions Engineer and for Schlumberger as an Operations Support Centre Manager – Liner Hangers, in the USA, managing a team of engineers and supporting global product line expansion.

Rob said: “I’m very excited to be joining Well-SENSE as the company actively expands its operations in Australasia. Having delivered successful FLI surveys to support CCUS, mining, oil and gas well integrity and abandonment projects in the region, there is already an impressive track-record upon which to build. I’m looking forward to supporting these customers and welcoming other operators onboard, so if you have a requirement for downhole data to support geo-physical, well integrity, production optimisation or end-of-life projects, or would simply like to find out more about our unique technology, please get in touch.”

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