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August 2, 2021
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40 pc of OMV Petrom Directorship made up of women

OMV Petrom, the largest oil and gas producer in South East Europe, announces the appointment of Lacramioara Diaconu-Pintea (photo) as member of OMV Petrom Directorship responsible for Downstream Gas activity, starting on April 17, as a result of the fact that Cristian Secosan’s term ended.

The appointment took place during the March 24 meeting of OMV Petrom’s Supervisory Council. During the same meeting, the Supervisory Council adopted the rebranding of OMV Petrom’s segments of activity, without modifying the way the company is organized. Thus, the Exploration and Production segment becomes Upstream, the Refining and Marketing segment becomes Downstream Oil, while the Gas and Energy segment becomes Downstream Gas.

Gerhard Roiss, President of OMV Petrom’s Supervisory Council, pointed out that Lacramioara Diaconu-Pintea has been working in the company for 17 years and has been involved in the Brazi electrical power plant project since its start. Following this appointment, women make up 40 per cent of OMV Petrom’s Directorship.

OMV Petrom is the biggest integrated oil group in South East Europe, having an annual oil and gas production of 66 million barrels of oil equivalent. The group has a refining capacity of 4.2 million tons annually, owns a high-efficiency 860-MW electric power plant and a 45-MW wind farm. OMV Petrom is present on the oil product distribution market in Romania and in neighbouring countries through approximately 780 gas stations.

 

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