QGC BOSS APPOINTED TO RBA BOARD

Written on the 29 March 2011

QGC BOSS APPOINTED TO RBA BOARD

EXECUTIVE vice president of BG Group Australia Catherine Tanna (pictured) has been appointed a board position of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Tanna, who is also the managing director of QGC, the wholly owned Australian subsidiary of BG Group, is looking forward to the challenge.

“I hope to bring to the role my experience in regional Queensland, my work in the international oil and gas industry, and my understanding of the importance of energy to Australia’s economy and its place in the world,” she says.

Tanna was educated in Gladstone and worked for BHP Petroleum and Shell before joining BG Group in 2009. She has worked in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.


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