SENEX DRIVES GROWTH WITH NEW APPOINTMENT

Written on the 1 July 2014

SENEX DRIVES GROWTH WITH NEW APPOINTMENT

SENEX Energy Limited (ASX:SXY) is driving growth interstate, following the appointment of Craig Stallan (pictured) as chief operating officer.

Stallan will head the oil and gas company’s operations at the Cooper-Eromanga Basin in South Australia, commencing in August.

He moves across from Upstream South Australia for Santos Limited, where he has held a number of technical and management roles since 2006.

Senex managing director Ian Davies has welcomed Stallen’s appointment, saying it reflects the company’s growth ambitions.

“We are very pleased to have secured the services of such an experienced executive to support our core business, as we plan for an extended period of growth,” Davies says.

“Craig is well qualified to take our rapidly growing business to the next level.”

Stallan was responsible for growing Santos’ execution program in the Cooper Basin by threefold, as well as the delivery of its Eastern Australia capital maintenance programs.

He holds a Bachelor of Engineering with honours from Adelaide University.


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