Juniper Systems’ President and CEO Rob Campbell stepped down after 14 years to accept a position as president of Campbell Scientific Inc., Juniper Systems’ parent company. DeVon Labrum has taken Campbell’s place as Juniper Systems’ new CEO.
Managing Director and CEO of Santos David Knox will step down once his successor has been appointed.
Bjarte Bruheim stepped down as CEO of Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA. Until a permanent CEO is in place, Stig Eide Sivertsen serves as the interim CEO.
Bristow Group appointed Don Miller CFO.
Altaaqa Global appointed Julian Ford chief commercial officer.
Jan Schott of Goodrich Petroleum Corp. resigned in September as senior vice president and CFO. Robert C. Turnham Jr., the company’s president and COO, assumed the role as interim CFO while the company searches for a new CFO.
Barrick Gold Corp.’s Kelvin Dushnisky was promoted to president. Richard Williams was selected as the company’s COO, and Basie Maree was named CTO.
Denbury Resources Inc. named Chris Kendall as COO.
LINN Energy LLC and LinnCo LLC selected David B. Rottino as executive vice president and CFO.
Schramm Inc. appointed Thomas (Tom) G. Strauss to CFO. Strauss replaces Senior Vice President and CFO John Bellis, who retired Oct. 1 after more than 30 years with the company.
Wood Group Mustang appointed Elaine Lisenbe CFO and Valencia Amenson as vice president of human resources.
Frank’s International N.V. named Alex Cestero as senior vice president, general counsel and secretary.
Solomon Associates’ Steve McCoskey assumed the role of vice president of Middle East operations.
Greene’s Energy Group LLC named Michael “Mike” Hayes as vice president and general manager of pressure testing and services and the engineering group.
EthosEnergy appointed Kevin Taylor as its president of power solutions.
qedi named Naveen Adusumilli as the company’s general manager for the Middle East.
Henkels & McCoy Inc. promoted Bob Kearns to senior director of the project management office. The company also promoted Richard Hill to vice president of major pipelines.
Greene's Energy Group LLC named Brian Cooper as its key account manager focusing on the Permian Basin region.
STIRLING Group appointed Alan McIntyre to head up its emergency response and crisis management consultancy services in the U.K.
GulfStar Group selected Roshan Gummattira to lead its technology practice.
Tap Oil Ltd. appointed Michele Ryan as the company secretary and general counsel.
Wenche Agerup was elected to Statoil’s board of directors.
Schramm Inc. appointed Sean Roach, its current vice president of drilling systems and services, to lead the company’s new expanded office in Houston.
Robbert Booij was appointed as ABN AMRO’s country executive for the U.K. and general manager of ABN AMRO Bank N.V., U.K. branch.
Unit Corp. elected Carla S. Mashinski as the independent director of the company’s board of directors.
The OMV Supervisory Board appointed Johann Pleininger as the executive board member responsible for upstream. He succeeds Jaap Huijskes, who resigned.
Peak Oil & Gas Ltd. appointed Peter Armitage as an independent nonexecutive director.
Ceona’s John Smith, chairman of the company’s board, stepped down due to ill health, the company reported in August.
Noted offshore technical pioneer Edward E. Horton III passed away at age 87 in August in Houston.
NEOS GeoSolutions Inc. acquired ION Geophysical Corp.’s Denver land seismic data processing operation.
ClassNK opened a new exclusive survey office in Brunei. Operations began Aug. 17.
NEAH GES launched its U.K.-based Maritime Division (GES Maritime) in August.
qedi, a completions, commissioning and technology provider, opened an office in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
FEI will provide imaging equipment, software and support for digital rock research to the University of Wyoming. The Wyoming Legislature’s state matching program will contribute an amount equal to the equipment and support provided by FEI, for a total of $24 million. The investment will create the new Center of Innovation for Flow in Porous Media.
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) opened offices in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Abu Dhabi is the second office location for IRClass in the country following Dubai.
IMI Critical Engineering has opened its new IMI CCI service center in Aberdeen, Scotland. The facility offers machining, repair, testing and field service support as well as demonstration units and boardroom presentation areas for customers.
The deals involve a minimum investment of $332 million, the petroleum ministry said in a statement.
Byron Energy Ltd. provided an update on the current status of the proposed South Marsh Island (SM71) F4 well on Jan. 21.
The new recoverable resource estimate, which jumped by 2 Bboe, excludes the Uaru discovery.