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    UniversalPegasus International names new SVPs

    UniversalPegasus International (UPI) has named Tom Davison as senior vice president of onshore operations and Martin Morrison as senior vice president of offshore operations.

    Davison joins UniversalPegasus from Jacobs Engineering where he served as vice president of upstream oil and gas. Prior to his position at Jacobs Engineering, Davison spent 16 years as the director of onshore facilities at Mustang Engineering. In his 33 years of experience, he has managed production and pipeline projects in North and South America, Russia, Africa, India and Southeast Asia. Davison is an alumnus of Southern Illinois University.

    Morrison joins UPI from INTECSEA where he served as vice president of Marine Pipeline Systems. He has more than 25 years in the resource sector and began his career in precious metals and oil and gas exploration before moving on to the development side of the industry. He has worked on projects in many of the global offshore oil and gas development areas with a concentration on the Canadian East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Eastern Mediterranean and Australian basins.  Morrison received his BSc from the University of Saskatchewan in Canada.

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