She has over 30 years’ experience in delivering successful exploration and production projects at global companies such as Shell, BP, BG Group, Dana Gas, Sasol and Energean

United Oil & Gas PLC (LON:UOG), the growing oil and gas company with a portfolio of production, development, exploration and appraisal assets, has announced the appointment of Ms Iman Hill as an independent non-executive director with effect from Monday, September 7, 2020.

The group noted that Hill is an experienced oil industry leader with over 30 years’ experience in delivering successful exploration and production projects at global companies such as Shell, BP, BG Group. She has extensive experience in Egypt, the Mediterranean, the North Sea and South America, working in both onshore and offshore projects.

Hill most recently served as chief operating officer with Energean. Prior to joining Energean, Iman worked with Dana Gas where she variously led operations as technical director, general manager UAE and country president for Egypt. Before this, she was vice president of Production and Development at Sasol.

She was also recently announced as the incoming executive director of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP). IOGP is the global industry association for oil and gas producers, representing over 40% of the world’s oil and gas production. She will commence this role in December of this year.

Hill has an MSC in Computer Science and a BSC in Biochemistry from Aberdeen University. She holds an MBA from INSEAD. She is a fluent Arabic speaker.

In a statement, Graham Martin, chairman of United Oil and Gas commented: “I am delighted to welcome Iman to the Board of United Oil and Gas.  She brings exceptional experience with global oil and gas companies, working in markets which are of importance to the future development of the business. She also brings substantial technical expertise to our Board and her network within the oil and gas industry is world-class.

“Iman has a strong commitment to and experience in developing best practice in Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance.  This is an area of growing importance for our business and one which she will play a key role in developing at Board level. She will join our newly created Environmental, Social and Governance Committee in addition to the Audit and Remuneration Committees.”

 

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