Thursday, May 24, 2012
Vermilion Energy Inc. is a Canadian-based international energy producer with operations in Canada, Europe and Australia.
Todayís portfolio of properties is the strongest in the companyís history, and with plans to increase growth in production by 35 per cent over the next three years, Vermilionís value-driven management team will strive to further extend the companyís record of long-term market outperformance.
Lorenzo Donadeo, President & CEO of Vermilion Energy Inc., is pleased to announce the appointments of Anthony Marino, Gerard Schut and Terry Hergott to Vermilionís senior leadership team. These appointments position the company for continued sustainable growth through the development of resource plays and strategic value-added acquisitions, together with a stable and growing dividend.
Mr. Schut will be responsible for overall management of Vermilionís European operations. In this key role, Mr. Schut will be instrumental in the realization of Vermilionís growth objectives and will be based out of Vermilionís European office, located in Parentis, France.
A professional engineer with over 25 years of international oil and gas experience, Mr. Schut brings to Vermilion a strong record of success in the areas of HSE, international operations, acquisitions and divestitures.
Mr. Schut is the former general manager of Chevronís E&P Netherlands business unit, where he increased production fivefold and led the acquisition and development of Dutch industry firsts for shallow gas exploration. Prior to his tenure with Chevron, Mr. Schut spent 18 years with Unocal, in Thailand and the Netherlands, where he took on roles of increasing responsibility, including development engineer, petroleum engineer, field superintendent and asset team manager.
Mr. Schut sits on the executive committee of the Netherlands Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Association (NOGEPA).
Mr. Schut holds a M.Sc. (Equivalent) in Petroleum Engineering from Delft University of Technology and a MBA from Henley, The Management College at Brunel University.
For more information, visit www.vermilionenergy.com.
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