R. Scott Rowe Assumes Cameron CEO Role
Cameron announced Monday that R. Scott Rowe has assumed the role of president and chief executive officer, effective immediately.
Rowe, who was previously Cameron’s president and chief operating officer, replaces Jack B. Moore, who is retiring as the company's CEO. Moore joined the company in 1999 after a 23-year career at Baker Hughes Incorporated. He continues to serve as chairman of the board of Cameron. Rowe, who is a member of Cameron’s board of directors, has served as chief executive officer of OneSubsea, Cameron’s joint venture with Schlumberger Limited.
The latest appointment is part of Cameron’s previously disclosed succession plan. On August 26, Schlumberger announced that it was acquiring Cameron International Corp in a massive $14.8 billion deal.
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