By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 11 -- Noble Energy Inc. has reported that Kenneth M. Fisher will join the company effective Nov. 16 as senior vice-president and chief financial officer.
Fisher has more than 25 years of experience with financial and operating organizations that have been involved with complex energy and capital-intensive businesses. Most recently, Fisher served as executive vice-president of finance for upstream Americas at Royal Dutch Shell PLC.
Prior to his most recent position with Shell, Fisher served as director of strategy and business development for Shell in The Hague, executive vice-president of strategy and portfolio for their global downstream business in London, and as chief financial officer for Shell Oil Products US.
Before joining Shell, Fisher held positions of increasing responsibility with General Electric Co., including vice-President and chief financial officer of the Aircraft Engines Services division and a Singapore-based position as director of finance and business development of GE’s Asia Pacific plastics business.
Fisher succeeds Chris Tong, who retired earlier in the year.