South Atlantic Remote Territories Media Association - Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The latest news from the Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The news that matters from the
British Territories in the South Atlantic Ocean.
 HOME
 CONTACT US
 MAILING LIST
 LINKS
 SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
 WEATHER INFO (0)
 TOURISM/TRAVEL (2)
 SNIPPETS (0)
 SHIPPING/FREIGHT (0)
 MINERAL RESOURCES (2)
 LEGAL (19)
 HERITAGE (9)
 HEALTH (5)
 GEOLOGICAL EVENTS (0)
 GEN - GOVERNMENT (2)
 FISHERIES (9)
 ENVIRONMENT (1)
 EDUCATION (5)
 BUSINESS NEWS (24)
 AGRICULTURE (3)
 ALL ISLANDS (81)
 ASCENSION ISLAND (1)
 BRIT.ANTARCTIC TER. (0)
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (26)
 S.ATLANTIC GENERAL (8)
 SAINT HELENA (33)
 SOUTH GEORGIA (6)
 TRISTAN DA CUNHA (6)
Sponsored Links


Home | March 2013 Please tell us what you think of this article. Tell a friend Print Friendly

Falklands : Rockhopper Appoints Technical Director
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 23.03.2013 (Article Archived on 20.04.2013)

Rockhopper Exploration plc has announced that Fiona Margaret MacAulay, currently Geology & Geophysics Manager, has been appointed to the board in the position of Technical Director.

Rockhopper Appoints Technical Director


 


By J. Brock (FINN)


 


Rockhopper Exploration plc has announced  that Fiona Margaret MacAulay, currently Geology & Geophysics Manager, has been appointed to the board in the position of Technical Director.


 


Fiona (aged 49) is a geologist with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Her career includes time at Mobil, Amerada Hess and BG, where she was responsible for the UK & International Exploration Operations Geology Group. She has worked in many parts of the world including the UK Continental Shelf, Trinidad, Pakistan, Russia, Asia Pacific and the Falklands. Fiona joined Rockhopper in 2010 immediately following the Sea Lion discovery and was an integral member of the senior team which managed the appraisal of the Sea Lion field and discovered the Casper, Casper South and Beverley fields. She is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and a Member of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain and American Association of Petroleum Geologists.


 


Pierre Jungels, Chairman, commented:


 


"I am delighted to welcome Fiona to the board. Having seen her tremendous contribution towards taking our activities in the North Falkland Basin forward over the last three years, I am confident Fiona will continue to fulfil a vital role in representing the Company's interests."


 


Further information with regards to the appointment of Fiona MacAulay, as required under Schedule 2g of the AIM Rules, appears below in the notes to this announcement.


 


Source: RNS


 

 

This article is the Property and Copyright of Falkland Islands News Network.

<< First < PreviousArticle 6 of 39
within March 2013
Next > Last >>
      Powered by NIC.SHCopyright 1993-2014 SARTMA.comDesign by CrownNet