PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS: Wood to head Murphy’s worldwide exploration

12/04/2006
David Wood, in charge of international exploration and production for Murphy Oil Corp., El Dorado, Ark., will become executive vice-president with responsibility for worldwide E&P, effective Jan. 1, 2007.At the same time, Murphy will centralize its E&P office in Houston and close its New Orleans office. John Higgins, who has been in charge of Gulf of Mexico E&P operations, will retire.Harvey Doerr, head of Canadian operations, will become executive vice-president with responsibility for worldwide refining and marketing and all strategic planning and be based in El Dorado.Other movesLinn Energy LLC, Pittsburgh, Pa., has appointed Mark E. Ellis executive vice-president and chief...
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