Kirby Leaves Hurricane Energy
UK North Sea-focused junior oil firm Hurricane Energy announced Monday the resignation of Keith Kirby as a director of the company. The firm said that Kirby left on June 22 to pursue other interests.
Hurricane CEO Dr Robert Trice commented:
"Keith has made an outstanding contribution to the company and in particular his leadership of certain corporate activity, not least throughout the recent IPO process, has been not only effective but widely respected. I know I speak for all the team at Hurricane when I say that Keith's input will be sorely missed. We wish him all the best in his future endeavours."
Hurricane was founded in 2004 in order to pursue the development of fractured basement reservoirs on the UK Continental Shelf. In February this year it became a public company after floating its shares on the Alternative Investment Market in London.
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