Dana Petroleum appoints new managing director in Egypt

By OGJ editors

Aberdeen-based Dana Petroleum has appointed Paul Barnett as the new managing director of its Egypt business.

Barnett has over 32 years of international exploration and production experience.

He worked for more than 18 years with Royal Dutch Shell PLC in technical and managerial roles in Europe and the Middle East, and most recently held senior management roles for Hess Corp. in Libya and Russia.

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