Noreco appoints new CEO

The Norwegian oil outfit promotes Euan Shirlaw from Chief Financial Officer to Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.

Euan Shirlaw has been promoted to CEO of Noreco. | Photo: Noreco PR

Since November, Noreco’s top job has been vacant with Chief Financial Officer Euan Shirlaw instead being instated as a temporary solution to the problem. Now the solution has been made permanent with Shirlaw taking over as CEO of the Norwegian oil company with immediate effect.

Shirlaw has been CFO of Noreco since the acquisition of Shell’s Danish assets in the North Sea and the acquisition of the Dutch-British company’s share of the Danish Underground Consortium in 2019. He will still serve as CFO, Noreco informs in a press release.

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