TAQA names new CFO

TAQA, the international energy company from Abu Dhabi, has appointed Grant Gillon as acting Chief Financial Officer following the retirement of Ryan Wong.

Gillon, currently Executive Vice President Portfolio, will take up his new role effective from 1 May 2015.

“Ryan leaves behind a strong finance team fully capable under Grant’s proven leadership skills to continue spearheading our efforts to reduce our capital and total cash costs while improving our balance sheet,” said Edward LaFehr, Chief Operating Officer.

“Ryan has been an integral member of the leadership team for the past eight years and I wish him and his family the best in their well-deserved retirement.”

Gillon qualified as a chartered accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in London and holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Glasgow University.

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