Dril-Quip CFO Raj Kumar to Resign for ‘Another Opportunity’

Dril-Quip said in an Oct. 1 release it had engaged an executive search firm to conduct a search for its next CFO following the resignation of Raj Kumar.

Hart Energy Staff

Dril-Quip Inc. announced that Raj Kumar, vice president and CFO, resigned from his position with Dril-Quip “to take another opportunity,” an Oct. 1 release said.

In the release, Dril-Quip said it had engaged an executive search firm to conduct a search for its next CFO. Kumar, whose resignation with Dril-Quip takes effect Nov. 1, will assist in a smooth transition of his duties, according to the release.

In a statement commenting on Kumar’s departure, Dril-Quip CEO Blake DeBerry said: “I appreciate Raj’s involvement in all of our recent successful transformation efforts, and on behalf of the board and executive team, I want to thank him for his service and contributions to Dril-Quip. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.” 

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