AnTech appoints new chair to board of directors

AnTech Ltd., a provider of specialist products and services for the upstream oil and gas industry, has appointed Jan Ward CBE as the new chair of the company’s board of directors. She replaces Tony Everett, who is standing down as chair due to retirement.

Ward has over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas, petrochemical, and power industries. With a mechanical engineering background, she is founder and CEO of Corrotherm International Ltd. and has been a promoter of international trade and women in engineering since the outset of her career.

Having held a number of influential positions within the UK Chamber of Commerce network, Ward currently acts as government advisor on the subject of international trade and SMEs, as well as having previously held the role of non-executive director of the board of UKTI.

AnTech operates globally across its Services and Product divisions. It provides cost-effective directional coiled tubing drilling services, utilizing AnTech’s proprietary drilling tools, teams, and equipment. AnTech’s Products division supplies permanent monitoring products that meet industry standards in the completions market and are supported by specialist training.

 

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