Apache reorganizes operations

Offshore staff

HOUSTON Apache Corp. (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) has reorganized its operating regions and made leadership changes.

The new organization includes three super regions. In North America, the company is merging resources into two super regions: the Permian Region and the Houston Region. Apache’s Egypt Region, North Sea Region, and Gulf of Mexico Region will form the International and Offshore Region.

Apache is realigning its senior operational leadership to support the organizational structure.

The following key changes are effective immediately:

Timothy J. Sullivan has been appointed to the newly created role of senior vice president - Operations Support based in Houston. In this role, he supports the CEO in operational strategy, capital allocation, market intelligence, and marketing.

Thomas E. Voytovich will assume the role of executive vice president - International and Offshore Region and Exploration and Production Technology. In addition to his current management of Apache’s operations in Egypt, the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, Voytovich will also oversee the Exploration and Production Technology and Engineering Technology service teams. Voytovich will remain in the company’s Houston headquarters.

James L. House has been named to the new position of senior region vice president - Houston Region and will be based in its Houston headquarters.

Grady L. Ables will assume the role of region vice president - Canada Region and president, Apache Canada, and report up through the Houston Region. Ables will be based in Apache’s Calgary office.

Faron J. Thibodeaux will continue to oversee the company’s operations in the Midland basin and Central basin platform as the senior region vice president - Permian Region based in Apache’s Midland, Texas, office.

Steven J. Keenan will oversee the North American Unconventional Resources Technology team, Unconventional Resources New Ventures team, and the company’s operations in the Delaware basin as the senior region vice president - Delaware basin. Keenan will remain in Apache’s San Antonio, Texas, office.

Cory L. Loegering will be region vice president - UK Region and managing director, Apache North Sea, following his relocation to Houston. Loegering will be based in Apache’s Aberdeen, UK, office and continue to report to Voytovich.

Thomas M. Maher will continue to oversee the company’s operations in Egypt as the region vice president - Egypt Region and general manager, Apache Egypt, from its Cairo, Egypt, office.


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