BRITISH OIL AND GAS EXPLORER IGas has appointed Julian Tedder as its CFO, effective from 28 September.
Tedder boasts 15 years’ experience both at operational and group level in the international oil and gas sector, in companies such as Centrica and Tullow Oil. Most recently, Tedder was general manager for finance for Tullow Oil, having worked at the company for more than ten years.
Non-executive chairman of IGas Francis Gugen said: “We are delighted that Julian will be joining the board. His wealth of experience in the sector, most recently at Tullow Oil where he was part of the team that grew the business from being an explorer to a significant international oil and gas company operating with multiple partners, will complement IGas’ existing leadership very well.
“We all look forward to him being part of the IGas leadership during the next phase of the company’s growth.”
Julian Tedder commented: “This is an exciting opportunity at an important time for IGas. The company is well positioned and I am pleased to be joining the board. I look forward to working with the team in driving performance over the coming years.”
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