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UK: Management Decision Technip FMC Appoints New Leaders

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Arnaud Pieton has been appointed as President and CEO-elect of Technip Energies. The company has also selected Jonathan Landes to be the President, Subsea. Both of them will be taking charge of their new responsibilities immediately.

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These appointments follow the resignation of Catherine Mac Gregor, who will leave the company to work for Engie.
These appointments follow the resignation of Catherine Mac Gregor, who will leave the company to work for Engie.
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GrundtextLondon/UK – Technip FMC has recently announced that Arnaud Pieton has been named President and CEO-elect, Technip Energies, effective immediately. The company has also announced the appointment of Jonathan Landes to the role of President, Subsea.

Pieton has been with the company since 2004 and held multiple leadership positions across the company, including Vice President, Projects. He most recently served as the company’s President, Subsea since 2018. Prior to this, he was Executive Vice President, People & Culture, as well as President, Asia Pacific Region, where he was responsible for the Onshore/Offshore business (now Technip Energies).

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Landes, who has 25 years of experience in the energy sector, most recently served as the company’s Senior Vice President, Subsea, where he had global responsibility for all commercial strategy, and front-end engineering activities. He played a critical role in the successful introduction of the company’s integrated business model – iEPCITM – and new technologies, including Subsea 2.0. Throughout his career, he has held roles in project management, operations, sales and marketing, technology and services.

These appointments follow the resignation of Catherine Mac Gregor, who will leave the company to work for a company client, Engie.

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