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Seatronics Announces Janelle Pence as New Vice President, USA Region

Seatronics Ltd, an Acteon company and part of its survey, monitoring and data business, has announced the recruitment of Janelle Pence as vice president for the USA region.


Pence will be responsible for managing and developing Seatronics’ business with a particular focus on developing long-term partnerships with the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) and survey community in the Gulf of Mexico.

Pence has more than 14 years of experience in the offshore oil and gas industry, with a substantial focus on subsea development. She has held leadership positions in business development, commercial management, strategic planning and general administration with both Subsea 7 and Ceona, and holds a BBA in marketing from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Rice University in the USA.

Phil Middleton, group managing director, Seatronics, said, “Janelle is a perfect fit for the Seatronics business. She possesses a solid commercial background and a track record of displaying strong leadership. With previous roles located in the USA, Brazil and France, she has amassed considerable knowledge in both local and international energy markets. We all look forward to working with her as we to develop new business opportunities and grow our service offering in the Gulf of Mexico.”

Pence said, “It is a privilege to join a market-leading company like Seatronics. By working closely alongside the talented Seatronics team, I am confident we will continue to deliver and expand on our capabilities in the USA, and grow additional long-term relationships in the Gulf of Mexico.”

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