Ex-Shell man joins EnQuest

EnQuest, an independent oil and gas company based in UK, has appointed Philip Holland as a Non-Executive Director with effect from August 1, 2015.

James Buckee, Chairman of EnQuest said: “I am delighted to welcome Phil to EnQuest as a Non-Executive Director.

“Phil’s extensive project management experience in particular makes him a valuable addition to the Board and I look forward to working with him as EnQuest continues to develop and implement its strategy.”

According to EnQuest, Holland held a number of senior positions at the Shell Group, including that of Executive Vice President, Shell Projects and Technology. Prior to Shell, he led the management of large scale Oil & Gas projects in a range of international locations for the Bechtel Corporation.

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