Deepwater Specialists, Inc. has appointed Trey Lambert as its new president. Trey will be responsible for overseeing the Company's day-to-day operations and developing its business development strategy. Former president Phillip Landry will assume the role of Chairman for the facilities commissioning services company.
Trey has been with DSI for over six years and was formerly the executive vice president of DSI before moving into his new role. With more than 14 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Trey's expertise includes electrical and control systems engineering, deepwater oil and gas facility design, construction, commissioning and facility start-ups. In addition, he has served as either an electrical and instrumentation commissioning engineer or commissioning superintendent on four Gulf of Mexico projects for DSI.
Phillip Landry, Chairman of DSI, commented, "Since taking on the role of Executive Vice President Trey has shown immense leadership. Trey's extensive experience as an engineer in the oil and gas industry combined with his attention to detail, business development skills and deep knowledge of customer satisfaction makes him the ideal candidate for this position. I am excited to pass on a legacy of leadership and world-class service as an industry leader in facilities commissioning services."
Trey is a part of Louisiana's Professional Engineering and Land Surveyor Board as a registered professional engineer (inactive) in electrical and control systems disciplines as well as a member of the Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society (ISA). He received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Louisiana State University.