Oct. 22, 2007

Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC

Washington, DC, has announced that Scott L. Campbell has joined the firm’s headquarters office. Campbell is an internationally recognized energy policy consultant and counter-terrorism advisor. He served as director of the office of policy, planning and analysis at the US Department of Energy under President Ronald Reagan, and served on the National Petroleum Council, advising the Secretary of Energy, under President George H.W. Bush.

Prior to joining government, Campbell was president of a Dallas-based oil and gas consulting firm, served as executive vice-president of a Texas independent oil and gas company, practiced law in Texas, and served as a federal prosecutor.

The Federal Public Policy Group of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC was founded in 1988. The firm has grown to include more than 500 attorneys and public policy and international advisors.

CTC Marine Projects Ltd.

Darlington, UK, has named Donald MacPherson as operations manager within its recently formed submarine telecommunications group. MacPherson, who will be based in CTC’s London office, joins the company from Alcatel-Lucent.

CTC Marine Projects Ltd., a DeepOcean ASA subsidiary, is a leading marine trenching and installation contractor, operating in the subsea oil and gas, telecommunications, military, and utilities sectors of the offshore construction industry. Its major markets are the North Sea and Asia.

DeepOcean ASA is a subsea service provider headquartered in Haugesund, Norway.

Genoil Inc.

Calgary, has announced the appointment of Richard D. Chimblo to manager, global business development, and Mohammed H. Al-Saif to manager, Middle East operations.

Chimblo has over 38 years of petroleum industry experience, including 16 years with Saudi Aramco. He has managed professional geoscientists at major oil and gas companies in the US, England, and Saudi Arabia. At Genoil, Chimblo will be responsible for developing business for the company’s GHU heavy oil upgrading technology.

Al-Saif was with Saudi Aramco for 25 years, with specialization in seismic acquisition, data processing, and cartography.

Genoil Inc. is an international engineering technology development company providing innovative hydrocarbon, oil, and water separation and marine technologies.

Van Leeuwen Pipe and Tube Group

Zwijndrecht, The Netherlands, has appointed Peter Rietberg as chairman of the board.

Van Leeuwen Pipe and Tube Group is an international trading company specializing in steel pipes, pipe components, and valves. The group has branches throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia, and North America.