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MX Oil announces directorate change

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Staff writer | London, United Kingdom | October 16, 2015
Nigel Bruce McKimMX Oil plc, an oil and gas investment company, announces the appointment of Nigel Bruce McKim as non-executive director.
Mr. McKim has 28 years of experience in field development planning and production in the oil and gas industry.

His most recent role was Chief Operations Officer for Nobel Upstream Group where he was responsible for the company’s technical capabilities and participated in the building of a portfolio of assets in Texas, the UK and Azerbaijan.

Previously, Mr. McKim was Subsurface Manager for Business Development activities and the Liverpool Bay Project at BHP Billiton Petroleum Limited.

He also held the position of Director Pre-Developments for Hess Services (UK) Limited, based in London, with global responsibilities for appraisal and early field development planning in Hess' conventional oil and gas business.

Prior to this, he was employed as West Africa Asset Manager at Vitol Services Limited, where he acted as the non-operated representative for the Vitol Congo assets and Nigerian Aje gas field development in 2007.

He started in the industry working as a Reservoir Engineer for Shell International in Oman and The Netherlands and Operations Engineer in Gabon.

Mr. McKim holds a BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering from Bristol University and an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London.

He is a Chartered Engineer and also a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and the Engineering Council.

He will replace Patrick Mendoza, who is stepping down from the Board to pursue other business interests.

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