Panoro Energy a Norwegian exploration and production oil company has just made changes at the head of its three African subsidiaries. Particularly in Gabon, Tunisia and Equatorial Guinea. Thus the Gabonese Ghislain Boukoubi was appointed general manager of the Gabonese subsidiary. While Sofiane Gaied takes over the management of the Tunisian subsidiary, and Antonino Edjang Ondo that of Equatorial Guinea.
“I am delighted to welcome Ghislain Boukoubi and Antonino Edjang Ondo to Panoro, who alongside Sofiane Gaied will ensure Panoro’s permanent presence in each country where we have production operations. It is critical to Panoro’s long-term success that we attract and retain high caliber local talent, helping to ensure that we have a platform in-country to invest in our assets, contribute positively to the benefit of our host countries and communities and engage constructively with our stakeholders and partners,” commented John Hamilton, CEO of Panoro.
Holder of a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and a master’s degree from the Colorado School Of Mines, Ghislain Boukoubi has worked for several years in the Gabonese oil sector. He has notably held senior positions in the management of non-operated assets, trading and crude sales for the National Petroleum Company of Gabon. He has also worked internationally, including in the United States of America, where he was involved in numerous upstream oil and gas E&P acquisitions and development projects.
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