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Petrolia NOCO appoints managing director

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Norwegian E&P company Petrolia NOCO AS has appointed Linn Katrine Høie as managing director for the company. Høie will be responsible for taking the company forward in the next stage of its growth.

Petrolia NOCO appoints managing director

Petrolia NOCO AS is a privately owned independent oil company qualified as an operator on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Høie comes to Petrolia NOCO with broad experience from the energy sector, most recently working with digitalisation of field development in Aker BP.

She has held various management positions during her career and has a very broad technical and cross discipline understanding of the industry. Her previous experience in building up management systems, process improvements, license management and project management is an ideal background for Petrolia NOCO as the company builds its portfolio, which includes two operated licences.

Robert Arnott, Executive Chairman of the Board of Petrolia NOCO said: “We are very fortunate to have appointed someone of Linn Katrine Høie’s calibre and experience to lead our team of young and dynamic professionals in order to deliver value to its shareholders.”

Høie commented: I am looking forward to leading Petrolia NOCO as we continue to seek to create and deliver material value for shareholders. The company’s key strength of entrepreneurial exploration remains the focus of the company offering investors significant growth potential.”

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