Randy Seehausen is the engineering manager for INTECSEA seafloor equipment including: trees, manifolds, jumpers, control systems and umbilical / distribution systems. Randy also manages subsea processing equipment and pumping systems. Randy has been serving this role for the past 7 years for INTECSEA, a leading provider of engineering and project management services for subsea and floating systems for offshore development engineering. His career has included 20 years with subsea equipment suppliers, 8 years with installation contractors and 12 years with engineering companies.
In addition to subsea engineering management, Randy has a dual role as project manager where he served as PM for the Hess GOM Tubular Bells HP/HT project development (FEED through Installation, Start-up, Pre-Commissioning) and the Hess Ghana DWT/CTP Ultra-Deepwater project (Concept Selection through FEED). Randy has enjoyed many key management roles in business development, business management and engineering operations throughout his career, including: Engineering Manager, Project Manager, Operations Manager, Global Business Development Manager, Oil & Gas Industry Manager, Technical Sales Manager, Western Hemisphere Exploration & Development Business Development Manager, Regional Sales Manager and Account Manager.
In addition to his management roles, Randy enjoys working early concept development engineering for oil and gas companies and assisting with development cost estimates and offshore development proposals. With regard to this early project work execution, Randy has worked with SURF, floating systems and FLNG developments.
Randy has been a board advisor for SSTB Forum for 15 years and a board director for STF for 9 years and is a member of SPE in Houston. He studied at Texas A&M University where he completed many post-graduate courses.