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Puma Energy Singapore appoints new CEO

Emma FitzGerald has been appointed as the new CEO of the growing down and midstream company.

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Dr Emma FitzGerald, 51 and a UK national, will succeed Pierre Eladari on 2 January 2019, following his previously announced decision to step down.

She has extensive experience from energy and utility industries, having served until July of this year as Executive Director of Severn Trent, the UK water and waste services business, and previously as CEO of UK Gas Distribution at National Grid.

Prior to these roles, she pursued a 20- year career with Royal Dutch Shell where she held a variety of technical, strategic and general management positions based in Asia and Europe.

“I’m very excited by the platform the Puma team have created and the scope it offers to maximise the value of the business as we deliver great services for all our customers,” Emma FitzGerald commented.

Formed in 1997 in Central America, Puma Energy has since expanded its activities worldwide, achieving rapid growth, diversification and product line development. It now owns and operates a network of 104 storage terminals, with a total capacity of 7.6 million m3, as well as more than 3,100 retail sites in Latin America, Africa and Asia Pacific and is present at 79 airports.

“Appointed after a wide-ranging and rigorous global search spanning multiple industries, she is an executive of the very highest calibre,” said Graham Sharp, Chairman of Puma Energy.

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