Mark Heine

Mark Heine

CEO Fugro

Mark Heine joined Fugro in 2000 and in October 2018 he was appointed CEO. Throughout his career Mark has seen huge change take place across the industry, he is passionate about how technology can be utilised to support the energy transition as well as leading Fugro into an increasingly digital and sustainable future.
Mark’s extensive experience has seen him hold many different positions across the Fugro business. As of 2002 he fulfilled several management roles in the Survey division with increasing responsibilities, allowing him to build up substantial international experience, both regarding the onshore and offshore business of Fugro.

From 2012 he served as regional director Europe-Africa for the Survey division, where he was responsible for ten operation companies within the region including Angola, Nigeria and South Africa. In 2013 he was appointed as director of Fugro’s Survey division and in 2015 he became responsible for the global Marine division – operation out of five regions including Africa and The Americas. In that capacity he also joined the Board of Management of Fugro.

Mark holds a MSc in Geodetic Engineering from Delft University of Technology.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 09/11/2021

From 16:00 To 16:15

11/09/2021 16:00 11/09/2021 16:15 The role of digitalisation and technology in Africa’s future energy mix Rapid urbanisation and population growth are driving the demand for energy, along with a need for a new energy mix to ensure stable, sustainable and equitable energy distribution. Increased integration of remote technology will transform maritime operations and maintenance (O&M) practices and bring significant benefits for the energy industry, including improved safety and security, project efficiencies, and a reduction in carbon emissions. But what is equally important is the access to Geo-data and analysis that our clients rely on to realise and operate their projects: autonomous vessels, controlled from remote operations centres (ROCs) as far away as in different time zones, streaming data in shorter time frames to accelerate decision-making and smooth logistics. Together, digitalisation and technology lay the foundation for a new way of working.
 
Madinat Jameirah

Madinat Jameirah

"The role of digitalisation and technology in Africa’s future energy mix"

Mark Heine
Time and date

Tuesday 09/11/2021

From 16:00 To 16:15

11/09/2021 16:00 11/09/2021 16:15 The role of digitalisation and technology in Africa’s future energy mix Rapid urbanisation and population growth are driving the demand for energy, along with a need for a new energy mix to ensure stable, sustainable and equitable energy distribution. Increased integration of remote technology will transform maritime operations and maintenance (O&M) practices and bring significant benefits for the energy industry, including improved safety and security, project efficiencies, and a reduction in carbon emissions. But what is equally important is the access to Geo-data and analysis that our clients rely on to realise and operate their projects: autonomous vessels, controlled from remote operations centres (ROCs) as far away as in different time zones, streaming data in shorter time frames to accelerate decision-making and smooth logistics. Together, digitalisation and technology lay the foundation for a new way of working.
 
Madinat Jameirah
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