C-Innovation (C-I), an affiliate of Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO), has recently appointed Lucas Cribley as its new business development manager. With over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas, maritime, and renewables sectors, Cribley brings a wealth of knowledge to the highly qualified management team at C-I. In his new role, Cribley will focus on strategic growth for integrated subsea services within the offshore energy industry.
Cribley’s extensive career includes working as the program manager and first employee in a joint venture start-up between ECO and FMC Technologies, where he secured and managed major Inspection, Maintenance, & Repair (IMR), light construction, and Riserless Light Well Intervention (RWLI) projects. He also served as a senior manager at TechnipFMC, leading the development and delivery of new business lines in Life of Field (LoF) and Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV). Most recently, as the regional director at Sulmara, Cribley combined novel technologies with proven operational methods to deliver valued services to the dynamic offshore wind market.
David Sheetz, vice president of C-I, expressed his confidence in Cribley’s abilities, stating that his extensive experience and passion for professional excellence make him a valuable addition to the team. Cribley himself expressed his excitement to be back with a team that shares his passion, innovation, and commitment to excellence.
Cribley’s educational background includes a degree in business operations and an MBA from Boise State University, emphasizing his strong foundation in business management.
This appointment reflects C-I’s dedication to growth and innovation in the offshore energy industry, aligning with the company’s mission to provide high-quality, integrated subsea services. With Cribley’s leadership, C-I is poised to further its strategic development and continue delivering valued services to the industry.
As C-I welcomes Lucas Cribley back into the fold, the company reaffirms its commitment to excellence and innovation in the offshore energy sector.