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Name : Robert M Webb
Current Position : Managing Director
Nationality : British
Date of Birth : 8th August 1940
Key Data:   Mr. Webb's career has been mainly in the fields of Corporate Management, Structural, Maritime and Offshore engineering where he has been concerned with organisation, design and construction of major port works and offshore steel structures.  His recent experience has included developing close relations with senior governmental and industrial clients throughout South East Asia and winning work for a company newly established in the area.  He has been forward in the introduction of computational mechanics into the solving of coastal and offshore engineering problems, having several publications on these matters, and been concerned with the development of techniques for full scale offshore structural measurements including the application of vibration monitoring.  He was responsible for the technical development of BP's deep-water production system, the Tethered Buoyant Platform, to the level of outline design.  Over several years he has been involved in negotiations with British and Norwegian governments on offshore structural design and inspection regulations; being one time chairman of the UKOOA Structural Working Group.  He has been a personally invited representative on two Department of Energy Guidance Notes drafting committees, was Chairman of the Oil Industries North West Approaches group. and is a member of the Society for Underwater Technology Publications Committee and Past Chairman of the Group on Environmental Forces.  Mr Webb was appointed a Director of the Royal Navy Submarine Museum at Gosport in 1997 to assist in major redevelopment for the centenary of the submarine service.