Lloyd’s Register Energy has appointed Siri Revelsby as senior vice president, consulting services, reporting directly to the energy director John Wishart. In her new role, Revelsby will take a lead on the consulting business’s strategic direction, expansion and technical operations. Revelsby joined Lloyd’s Register Energy in 2010 when the company acquired Scandpower AS where she held the role of president, and was responsible for the Norwegian operation. In her new role, Revelsby will work from the consulting services’ head office at Kjeller, Norway, and will lead a global consulting team of over 450 staff in 16 countries.
The consulting business of Lloyd’s Register Energy provides independent risk management and engineering dynamics services to a wide range of international clients. It has successfully completed a large number of projects for oil and gas companies, nuclear power entities, regulatory authorities, and companies operating in the chemical, shipping and transport industries.
Norwegian born and a graduate of the Norwegian University of Technology and Science in Norway, Revelsby has worked in various technical, commercial as well as managerial business roles in various global energy organizations. She previously worked for Norsk Hydro ASA before joining Lloyd’s Register Consulting. She succeeds the previous CEO of the former Scandpower AS company, Bjørn Inge Bakken, who is taking on a new corporate role in Lloyd’s Register Group. Revelsby is an experienced chief operating officer, speaking Norwegian and other Scandinavian languages, English, and Italian to different levels of fluency.