Norwegian oil and gasoline main Equinor has appointed a brand new appearing govt vp of its Exploration division as the present one will probably be taking over one other position throughout the firm.
Equinor stated on Wednesday that Tim Dodson would step down from the place of govt vp of exploration, a job he held since 2011, and tackle the position of vp for technique execution within the Global Strategy and Business Development (GSB) division from 1 June 2020.
Tore Løseth has been appointed appearing govt vp of exploration and can be part of the company govt committee (CEC) on this capability.
Equinor CEO Eldar Sætre stated: “I take this chance to thank Tim for his long-standing contribution to company management and the chief committee of Equinor. I’m glad we are able to proceed to capitalize on Tim’s deep expertise and broad understanding of Equinor in his new position within the GSB technique crew and I want him all the most effective.
“At the identical time, I welcome Tore to the CEC. He brings sturdy management and worldwide expertise to the crew, and I stay up for working with Tore in his new position”.
Løseth joined Equinor in 2001 as a geologist, working with
expertise growth and implementation in addition to technical companies for
petroleum expertise and exploration.
Currently, he’s the senior vp for worldwide
onshore exploration, a place he has held since October 2017.
Before this, Løseth was the senior vp of exploration for
the Gulf of Mexico, based mostly in Houston. From 2008 to 2013, he held numerous
management positions inside exploration in Norway.
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