By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, July 16 -- Anadarko Petroleum Corp. announced three executive management changes in the company's operations in the US, Algeria, and emerging international regions.
Rex Alman, currently senior vice-president, domestic operations, has been named senior vice-president, Algeria, and managing director of wholly owned Anadarko subsidiary Anadarko Algeria Co. LLC. Alman will oversee all of Anadarko's operations in Algeria, where the company has discovered 12 fields with reserves totaling 2.8 billion bbl of oil.
Alman succeeds Tony Meyer, who has been named vice-president, international and Alaska operations. Meyer will be responsible for Anadarko's recent expansion into the Middle East, where the firm has assumed operatorship of fields on Blocks 12 and 13 in Qatar from BP PLC (OGJ Online, June 6, 2002).
Meyer, in turn, succeeds Mark Pease, who has been named vice-president, domestic operations. Pease will oversee Anadarko's US onshore and offshore operations. Anadarko's operations in the Lower 48 spans from the Gulf of Mexico through the Midcontinent and various western states.