Mr Graham Lyon, Non-Executive Director Mr Graham Lyon has over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, working for a wide range of listed and private companies. Graham has a BSc Eng (Hons) in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London. He started his career with Chevron before moving to Shell as sub surface team leader and as project petroleum engineer. Graham then spent 14 years with Deminex in a series of technical leadership roles in the UK, Germany and Egypt, and its successor, Veba Oil and Gas, including Regional Manager for the Caspian and Middle East, thereafter he was heavily involved with the sale of the company to Petro-Canada. Graham remained with Petro-Canada for a further 7 years holding roles culminating in Vice President Strategy and Business Development, International and Offshore. Within the last 5 years Graham has held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of Mena Hydrocarbons Inc, a TSX-V listed energy company, with assets in Egypt and Syria and is currently a Non-Executive Director at Hawkley Oil and Gas Ltd an ASX listed energy company, and a Director at Tarbagatay Munay LLP a private Kazakhstani oil and gas company and Soncer Ltd
Dan I think MEJ is so far down the pecking order now that he has little or no influence. The appointment of Nick Beattie basically neutered MEJ and he will be gone before the end of the year. I do however stand corrected by RTN who had to get it right sometime!!! :-) :-)
Not sure how he became a Sir? Anyhow I'd agree he might of had his uses in Trinidad. However, as a CEO, absolutely hopeless! Let's hope he can limit the damage done to RRL and get back his honour by supporting the share holders he so let down!
If he was such a great asset to Range why did he sit on his butt and do sweet fanny adams when Landau was driving the company out of existence. Where was he when IOP was being rushed through without any apparent diligence? Last of a tainted regime gone and that can only be good for the company.
IMO it is good to get a chairman with an oil background based in the UK who can be close to the CEO for guidance and policy. Sir Sam never had strong links to Trinidad and had a lot of other interests.
By showing the Government in Trinidad how much the new team is concentrating time and money on Trinidad expansion can only be good for RRL.
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