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Business News Fri, 24 May 2019

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Tullow Oil Ghana appoints Kweku Andoh Awotwi as Executive Vice President

The Managing Director of Tullow Ghana has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President of Tullow Oil Plc. This follows a reorganization of the group’s structure.

As the new Executive Vice President, Mr. Andoh Awotwi is now part of the Tullow Group Executive team which runs the company’s activities and is headed by CEO, Paul McDade.

Mr. Andoh Awotwi will also be directly involved in all executive matters while retaining full oversight of Tullow Ghana.

His promotion makes it the first time Tullow Ghana’s leader has been part of Tullow’s Executive leadership.

Acknowledging his appointment, Mr. Kweku Andoh Awotwi said he was not only looking forward to representing Tullow Ghana as part of Tullow’s Executive Team but was also grateful for the opportunity to take part in the wider leadership and management of Tullow.

“Tullow Ghana has a bright future as we look to increase oil and gas production from Jubilee and TEN fields, explore for new hydrocarbons and continue to play a leading role in Ghana’s fast growing oil and gas industry.”

On his part, the Chief Executive Officer for Tullow Oil Plc, Paul McDade commended Mr. Awotwi on his new appointment.

“I am delighted to welcome Kweku to Tullow’s Executive Team where he will provide a strong voice and leadership for our Ghana businesses. We will also benefit from his extensive experiences across a range of industries in Africa and the US. This change also recognises Tullow Ghana’s importance to our company’s structure.”

Adding his voice, Chairman for Tullow Ghana and Group Advisor for Africa Business, Ike Duker described the appointment of Mr. Awotwi as the fulfilment of a key element in Tullow’s Africanisation agenda.

“Kweku’s appointment is positive news and reflects recognition of materiality and maturity of our Ghana business and further demonstrates the pioneering role Tullow has played in the development of Ghana’s oil and gas industry.”

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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