Tullow Director Retires

Africa-focused independent energy firm Tullow Oil announced Wednesday that its executive director and company secretary, Graham Martin, will retire from the company next spring.

Tullow said that it has appointed Kevin Massie, currently the firm's corporate counsel and deputy company secretary, to the role of company secretary.

Tullow Chairman Simon Thompson commented in a company statement:

"Graham has been a director of Tullow for the past 18 years and has made an outstanding contribution to the group. We wish him every success and happiness in his well-earned retirement. We also congratulate Kevin Massie on his promotion to company secretary and wish him well as he takes up his new duties."

 



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