West Australian oil and gas company Buru Energy has announced the appointment of three independent Non-executive Directors to the Board, effective today.
The appointments of Ms Joanne Kendrick, Mr Malcolm King and Ms Samantha Tough will strengthen the Company’s Board at a critical time in Buru’s growth and coincides with the pending retirement of Ms Eve Howell, a long-serving Non-executive Director.
The three new directors bring very strong skill sets to the Board, including high-level technical skills, as well as deep experience in finance, project development, renewable energy and the transition to an integrated energy future. These skill sets complement and enhance the current Board capabilities as the Company embarks on one of the most significant growth phases in its recent history.
Subsequent to the retirement of Ms Howell on 31st March, Buru’s Board will comprise:
- Mr Eric Streitberg Executive Chairman
- Ms Joanne Kendrick Independent Non-Executive Director
- Mr Malcolm King Independent Non-Executive Director
- Ms Samantha Tough Independent Non-Executive Director
- Mr Robert Willes Independent Non-Executive Director
Buru’s Executive Chairman Eric Streitberg said:
“I am delighted that such highly experienced and strategically focused Directors have agreed to join the Buru Board to help guide the Company through the next phase of its growth, starting with the very exciting 2021 exploration drilling program.
Our asset base provides a strong platform for Buru’s participation in the evolving integrated energy economy and I look forward to working with the expanded Board to ensure the
Company takes full advantage of the opportunities before us.
I would like to especially thank Eve for her wise counsel and support over many years, and the benefit of her deep knowledge of the industry that she unstintingly brought to the Board. On behalf of the Board and everyone at Buru, I wish her well on her retirement.”