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Echo Energy appoints former Shell vice-president as non-executive director

Dr Gavin Graham previously served as Shell’s vice president for new business & commercial in the Middle East, Caspian & South Asia

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Graham is currently serving as the chief executive of LOTOS Upstream, part of the Polish state oil firm Grupa LOTOS

Echo Energy Plc (LON:ECHO) has appointed Dr Gavin Graham, a former vice-president at oil major Royal Dutch Shell PLC (LON:RDSA), as an independent non-executive director with immediate effect.

Graham previously served as Shell’s vice president for new business & commercial in the Middle East, Caspian & South Asia before becoming executive vice president for business development & technical services, working in Malaysia, Mexico and the UK continental shelf (UKCS) for FTSE 250 firm Petrofac Limited (LON:PFC).

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Echo added that Graham was currently serving as the chief executive of LOTOS Upstream, part of the Polish state oil firm Grupa LOTOS, which focuses on assets in the North Sea, Poland, and Lithuania.

In early trading, Echo shares were steady around 8.3p.

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