UK oil and gasoline firm EnQuest has determined to nominate Farina Khan as a non-executive director of its board with impact from 1 November 2020.
On becoming a member of the board, Farina Khan will change into a member of the Audit Committee and the Safety and Risk Committee, EnQuest mentioned on Friday.
Farina Khan has over 20 years’ expertise within the oil and gasoline business and was beforehand CFO of the biggest listed entity of Malaysian oil and gasoline large Petronas.
Martin Houston, Chairman of EnQuest: “I’m delighted to welcome Farina to the Board of EnQuest. She brings us a wealth of business and monetary expertise in addition to deep insights into Malaysia, which is a key geography for EnQuest. I very a lot sit up for working together with her as a member of the Board”.
Farina Khan is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. She began her profession in 1994 with Coopers & Lybrand, Australia, earlier than returning to Malaysia in 1997 to hitch Petronas the place she held numerous senior positions.
She was Chief Financial Officer of Petronas Carigali, one of many largest subsidiaries of Petronas with operations in over 20 nations and has additionally been Chief Financial Officer at Petronas Exploration and Production.
From 2013, Farina was the Chief Financial Officer of Petronas Chemical Group Berhad, the biggest listed entity of Petronas. She left Petronas in 2015 to pursue non-executive alternatives.
Farina presently sits on the Boards of the next Malaysian listed firms: Petronas Gas Berhad, KLCC Property Holdings Berhad, AMMB Holdings Berhad, and Icon Offshore Berhad.
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