HOUSTON — Dominion Energy has announced the retirement of Carter M. Reid, executive vice president, chief of staff and corporate secretary of Dominion Energy and president-Dominion Energy Services, who will step down from her roles on Jan. 1, 2024. The company also announced that it is promoting Carlos M. Brown, senior vice president, chief legal officer and general counsel, to president-Dominion Energy Services and executive vice president, chief legal officer and corporate secretary of Dominion Energy. Those changes are also effective Jan. 1. Brown will continue reporting to Robert M. Blue, chair, president and CEO.
Africa Oil Corp. has recruited Dr. Oliver Quinn for the role of senior vice president of corporate development (he joins from Kosmos Energy) and Joanna Kay for the role of general counsel and corporate secretary (she joins from BW Energy).
US Deputy Interior Secretary Tommy Beaudreau is stepping down from his role at the end of October, the Interior Department said in a statement on Oct. 4, without giving a reason for his departure or saying how the vacancy would be filled. The Washington Post reported earlier Beaudreau was leaving after two years in the number two spot and a total of 10 years at the agency to spend more time with family.
Team Trident, a company that assists in recruiting and staffing in the subsea construction industry, has named Dan Gaspard vice president of operations.
Coretrax has strengthened its Eastern Hemisphere leadership team with a trio of appointments to support business strategic growth in the region: Neil Killoh as country manager for Australia, New Zealand and Papa New Guinea; Malek Abed as country manager for Qatar; and David Smith as Eastern Hemisphere sales manager.
Well-Safe Solutions has hired Paul Simpson as business development manager.
Intelligent Wellhead Systems Inc. (IWS), a supplier of digital control technologies for oil and gas well completion operations, has appointed Tracy Gray director of strategy and marketing, and she has joined the executive team of IWS.
ROVOP has added three new trainees to its training and competency program for those looking to join the offshore industry. Luke Jamieson, Maureen Morgan and Rhys Simpson are the trainees who have been selected from a high volume of applications, coming from construction, telecommunications and mechanical backgrounds, all with a mix of academic and workplace experience.
Archer Knight Holdings Ltd. has appointed Shaun Henry to its board as a non-executive director.