Ernst & Young has appointed Wendy Fenwick as its new global oil and gas
‘This is a very exciting time for the industry, which faces some unique
challenges, including recent oil price volatility, growth of the national oil
companies, the international oil companies quest for new reserves and the
growing skills shortage. We are looking forward to helping our international
clients with solutions to these challenges to support their ongoing commitment
to and investment in the oil and gas sector,’ Fenwick said.
Starting with BP, she has spent her entire career in the oil and gas sector
advising oil companies on corporate restructurings and other areas.
Fenwick is also on the advisory board of Positive Energy – the global
leadership network for women in the oil and gas sector.
She succeeds Rob Jessen, who will continue to lead on major client accounts
in the sector, the firm said.
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