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  1. PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS: Ashland's Chellgren to retire ; O'Brien will take helm

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    Mon, 19 Aug 2002

  2. Sampson to retire as Niko restructures financing

    Niko Resources Ltd., Calgary, said its Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, and Pres. Ed Sampson will retire at yearend. Sampson also is one of Niko’s largest individual shareholders.

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    Thu, 21 Nov 2013

  3. Fry to retire as NOIA president; Luthi named as successor

    Tom Fry , who has been president of the National Ocean Industries Association since 2000, announced that he will retire in early 2010.

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    Wed, 14 Oct 2009

  4. Colonial CEO describes workforce recruitment, retention challenges

    The nation's largest oil products pipeline system faces the impending retirement of a quarter of its workforce and competition from other industries for new employees as it prepares a large expansion of operations, its chief executive told a US Senate committee on Nov. 6.

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    Thu, 8 Nov 2007

  5. Colonial CEO describes workforce recruitment, retention challenges

    The nation’s largest oil products pipeline system faces the impending retirement of a quarter of its workforce and competition from other industries for new employees as it prepares a large expansion of operations, its chief executive told a US Senate committee on Nov. 6.

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    Mon, 19 Nov 2007

  6. Excelerate Energy to retire Gulf Gateway LNG port

    The world’s first offshore LNG loading system will be retired, announced operator Excelerate Energy LP last week, citing the “changing market” for LNG imports into the US Gulf Coast.

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    Mon, 18 Apr 2011

  7. Retirement total for floating rigs now 36

    Plans announced May 4 by Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc. to decommission three semisubmersible drilling rigs brings to 36 the number of floating rigs steered toward retirement since crude oil prices collapsed in the second half of 2014, according to Cowen & Co. analysts.

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    Fri, 8 May 2015

  8. Devon elects Hager as president, chief executive officer

    Devon Energy Corp. has elected Dave Hager, most recently the company’s chief operating officer, as its president and chief executive officer. Hager succeeds John Richels, who announced plans to retire in December 2014. Hager assumed the roles of president and chief executive officer on Aug. 1, the ...

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    Mon, 3 Aug 2015

  9. INDUSTRY BRIEFS

    BRUNEI LNG SDN. BHD. let a turnkey contract worth $59 million to units of Hollandsche Beton Groep NV (HBG) to provide more liquefied natural gas loading equipment at its Lumut, Brunei, complex. ITH, a joint venture of HBG units Interbeton BV, Tebodin BV, and HCG Industries-service BV, will design, ...

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    Mon, 1 Jun 1992

  10. Ultra Petroleum selects senior vice-president

    Ultra Petroleum Corp., Houston, has appointed Brad Johnson to succeed William Picquet, who will retire from the company at the end of the month, as senior vice-president, operations.

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    Tue, 1 Apr 2014

  11. PERSONNEL MOVES AND PROMOTIONS: ConocoPhillips makes senior management changes

    ConocoPhillips reported that Rob McKee—executive vice-president, exploration and production, with Conoco Inc. and Conoco- Phillips since 1992—will retire effective Mar. 31. McKee, who worked 35 years for the company, is currently serving on special assignment to ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva from ...

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    Mon, 13 Jan 2003

  12. Dahlberg retires as Southern chairman; Franklin named CEO

    Allen Franklin was elected chief executive officer of Southern Co. effective March 1, succeeding long-time Chairman A.W. 'Bill' Dahlberg, who announced he will retire as Southern chairman, effective with the spinoff of Mirant Corp. planned for April 2. Dahlberg will continue to serve as Mirant's ...

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    Mon, 19 Feb 2001

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