Noble Energy makes organizational and executive changes

By OGJ editors

Noble Energy Inc. reorganized its executive structure to support the company’s anticipated growth over the next several years.

The new structure includes three major operating regions: US Onshore; Eastern Mediterranean; and US Gulf of Mexico, Africa and frontier.

Gary W. Willingham, previously vice-president of strategic planning, environmental analysis and reserves, will serve as senior vice-president for the US Onshore region.

J. Keith Elliott, previously vice-president of operations services, will serve as senior vice-president for the Eastern Mediterranean region.

Susan M. Cunningham, previously senior vice-president of exploration and business innovation, will serve as senior vice-president for the US, Gulf of Mexico, Africa and frontier region. She will continue to also lead the company’s business innovation initiatives.

John T. Lewis, previously vice-president of the Southern region, will serve as senior vice-president for corporate development.

Charles J. Rimer, previously vice-president, West Africa, will serve as senior vice-president for global operations services.

Rodney D. Cook, previously senior vice-president, international and Ted D. Brown, previously senior vice-president, Northern region, will serve as senior vice-presidents.

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