Subsea 7 and OHT form management team for new wind merger

Subsea 7 has selected a new CEO and appointed an executive team for its new wind service company created through a merger with Arne Blystad's OHT.

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Newly formed offshore wind service company Seaway 7 has appointed a new chief executive and assembled an executive team.

Stuart Fitzgerald will serve as CEO of the company, created via a merger of OHT and Subsea 7's renewable energy business.

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