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Petrofac announces board change

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Staff writer | London, United Kingdom | January 13, 2014
Andy InglisJanuary 13, 2014, London, United Kingdom - Petrofac, a service provider to the oil and gas industry, announced that Andy Inglis, CEO of its Integrated Energy Services (IES) business, will be leaving the company at the end of February 2014 and stepping down from the board.
Mr. Inglis joined Petrofac in January 2011 having spent 30 years with BP, latterly as CEO of its exploration and production business. He was an executive director on the BP plc board between 2007 and 2010.

Mr. Inglis started his BP career as a project engineer on various North Sea projects, followed by commercial and operating roles in BP’s upstream business.

He became executive vice president and deputy chief executive of BP exploration & production in 2004. He is a former non-executive director of BAE Systems plc and TNK-BP Ltd.

Mr. Inglis holds a master’s degree in Engineering from Pembroke College, Cambridge University. He is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer, a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Rob Jewkes, currently Managing Director of Developments for IES, will assume the role of Chief Operating Officer of the IES business.

Mr. Jewkes has been with Petrofac since 2004 and has spent the last five years as Managing Director of Developments for IES, where he has played a central role in the development of the business.

Prior to joining Petrofac, he served as chief executive officer of Clough Engineering, the main operating company of the Australian engineering group, Clough Limited.

He holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Western Australia.

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