W&T Offshore announced on April 6 that Executive Vice President and CFO Janet Yang is leaving the company on May 11, with Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer Trey Hartman serving as interim CFO while a formal search for a permanent CFO is underway, W&T announced on April 6.
Yang will be leaving her role as CFO following the release of W&T’s first quarter earnings and the filing of the company’s 10-Q.
Hartman is stepping into the interim role with extensive management capabilities and experience with the company and will be working closely with accounting, financial reporting, investor relations, finance, treasury and control teams to facilitate the transition to a new CFO, Tracy W. Krohn, W&T Offshore chairman and CEO, said in the press release.
Hartman has been with W&T since April 2021, starting with the company as controller before being appointed as vice president and chief accounting officer in May 2022.
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