Sino G&E Appoints Glenn Corrie as CEO, Philip Bainbridge as Chairman
Sino Gas & Energy Holdings Limited (Sino Gas, the Company) announced Wednesday the appointment of Glenn Corrie as CEO.
In addition, Sino Gas announces the upcoming succession of current Non-Executive Director Philip Bainbridge to the role of Non-Executive Chairman effective Sept. 1, at which point current Chairman Gavin Harper will transition to a Non-Executive Director role.
Bainbridge said Corrie’s technical and commercial capabilities as well as his senior management experience are an ideal fit with Sino Gas’ requirements as it moves through the development phase and into production at its Ordos Basin assets in China.
“We are delighted to welcome a leader of Glenn’s caliber to head a strong and established Sino Gas team in Beijing and guide the next stages of the Company’s growth,” Bainbridge said.
Corrie previously held the position of Commercial and Business Development director with Ophir Energy, PLC a London-listed oil and gas exploration company with a market capitalization of approximately $2.23 billion or GBP 1.3 billion (AUD 2.37 billion). He was the senior executive responsible for all corporate development initiatives including executing the portfolio growth strategy.
Prior to joining Ophir, Corrie was a director with Temasek Holdings Ltd in Singapore, responsible for global energy investments. Between 1998 and 2010, he held a variety of Technical and Corporate Development leadership positions within the Upstream Division of the Royal Dutch Shell Group, including strategy manager for Shell Upstream International Asia.
Corrie, a trained geophysicist, started his career at Woodside Petroleum and has completed a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business . He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
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