Royal Dutch Shell has promoted its current Australia chief, Zoe Yujnovich, to the role of executive vice president for conventional oil and gas from Jan. 1, based in the group’s headquarters in The Hague, Shell Australia said on Oct. 4.
In her new role, Yujnovich will report to Shell’s upstream director and be responsible for delivering growth across 18 countries, including Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Oman, the U.K. and Iraq.
Yujnovich, an Australian, joined Shell in Canada in 2014 from the mining industry and since February 2017 has run its Australian business, which accounts for about a quarter of the group’s invested capital.
She oversaw the completion of Shell’s first floating LNG project, Prelude, which finally shipped its first LNG cargo in June after overcoming a number of start-up problems.
Carlyle's Energy Mezzanine Opportunities Fund LP and Carlyle Energy Mezzanine Opportunities Fund II, LP will invest up to $1.24 billion in the newly formed partnership, Reuters reported.
KKR Asian Fund II will provide most of the investment. The platform will provide integrated solutions for engineering, maintenance, repair and overhaul services for asset owners and operators.
If the RSA is completed, Atlas Resource Partners’ debt will be reduced by about $900 million, and its interest expense will be reduced by $80 million, per year.