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Artur Nunes Da Silva

Deep Offshore


Artur Nunes Da Silva - Vice President Deepwater & Subsea

Artur graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Pétrole et des Moteurs (ENSPM). He joined Total in 1996 as a Production Engineer in Pau and has since worked his entire career in the Group’s Exploration & Production branch. He has held until 2010 technical positions such as Petroleum Engineer, development and planning, Offshore Instalations Manager And petroleum architect in Angola, Qatar And France.

From 2010 to 2014, he returned to his home country of Angola to take the position of Block 32 Asset Manager, wherein lies one of Total Exploration & Production Angola’s deepwater flagship projects: Kaombo. In September 2014, he was appointed Managing Director of Total Exploration & Production Uruguay, where the world record of water depth for a well (3,404 meters) was accomplished.

In September 2016, he was appointed President & CEO of Total Exploration & Production Canada. He is now appointed Vice President Deepwater & Subsea.

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Deep Offshore

Technical Responses to New Challenges