Petrom sees management changes

Newsroom 28/03/2011 | 11:55

Petrom has announced a series of management changes which have been decided by the company’s supervising council. After Wolfgang Ruttenstorfer left OMV, Gerhard Roiss, former vice-president of the supervising council of Petrom and the new CEO of OMV Aktiengessellschaft starting next month, was appointed president of the supervising council effective March 25. Manfred Leitner was appointed interim member of the supervising council starting March 25 and until the next shareholders’ meeting. Leitner will also be a member of the OMV Aktiengessellschaft directorate, replacing Roiss.

The directorate has also undergone some changes which include the appointment of Rainer Schlang as responsible for the management of OMV Petrom Marketing, covering Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova. He will also continue as president of the board of directors of Petrom LPG SA & Petrom Aviation SA.

From April 17 the Petrom directorate will have five members elected for a four-year period: Mariana Gheorghe, president of the directorate and general executive director; Daniel Turnheim, member of the directorate and financial director; Johann Pleninger, member of the directorate responsible for exploring and production activities; Neil Anthony Morgan, member of the directorate responsible for refining and marketing; and Hilmar Kroat-Reder, member of the directorate responsible for activities related to natural gas, energy and chemical products.


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