NuEnergy appoints new deputy executive chairman

NuEnergy Gas Ltd., a gas and ancillary power generation development firm focused on unconventional gas production in Indonesia, has appointed Kee Yong Wah as deputy executive chairman of the company, effective April 7. He will be based in Jakarta.

Kee was appointed as non-executive director of NuEnergy in 2014 and re-designated to executive director from Jan. 1, 2015. He has more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas exploration, production, and servicing industry. In 1984, Kee joined Halliburton as general manager of business development in Asia and the US. His latest appointment in Halliburton was general manager of business development, where he was responsible for leading a group of business development and account managers in undertaking strategic planning and business development projects including mergers and acquisitions for all business units in Halliburton and formulating distributorship and agency agreements with customers.

After leaving Halliburton, Kee joined Smith International, Inc., a company involved in the supply of products and services to the oil and gas exploration and production industry, petrochemical industry, and other industrial markets as their general manager of its China operations. Subsequently, prior to joining NuEnergy, Kee served as the vice president of SPT Energy Group Inc., a company involved in the provision of oilfield services.


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