Position: SVP - Subsea Production Systems, GE Oil & Gas
In his role as the SVP - Subsea Production Systems for GE Oil & Gas, Graham leads the Product Company that delivers the technology development and projects delivery portfolio globally to the Oil & Gas industry.
Graham started his career as an apprentice mechanical fitter with VetcoGray in 1991.. He worked in various roles relating to engineering, project controls, services, commercial and general leadership.
In 2005 he moved to Australia in the role of Business Development Director – Subsea for Asia Pacific. In 2007 VetcoGray was acquired by GE and he continued his role whilst also driving regional integration to GE Oil & Gas.
In 2012 he assumed the role of Regional Leader Asia Pacific & China for Subsea Systems, in this role he was responsible for all Sales, Commercial and Services growth and execution.
As part of industry collaboration Graham was a founding member of Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) which was committed to leading collaborating across the supply chain and Oil & Gas operators, developing common objectives and commercial innovation in the industry.
Graham was appointed the Global Leader – Subsea Production Systems in GE Oil & Gas from February 2016 based in the UK.
Graham holds a B.sc (dist) in Mechatronics from Abertay University Scotland