26/09/2008 - 14:43

Malaxos heads Petroleum Club

26/09/2008 - 14:43

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Former Arc Energy Ltd chief operating officer Marie Malaxos has been elected as the president of the Petroleum Club of Western Australia, replacing Derrick O'Keefe.

Malaxos heads Petroleum Club

Former Arc Energy Ltd chief operating officer Marie Malaxos has been elected as the president of the Petroleum Club of Western Australia, replacing Derrick O'Keefe.

Ms Malaxos has more than 20 years experience in Oil and Gas operations and started her working career in the upstream side of the industry performing a variety of technical and management roles working on the Dampier to Bunbury, Goldfields and Parmelia Pipelines in Western Australia.

Her more recent roles have included engineering, technical services, development and surface operations manager.

In 2002, Ms Malaxos joined ARC Energy Ltd and was appointed Chief Operating Officer in early 2006. She is currently consulting to the industry and is a member of the Institute of Company Directors and a Board member of the Australian Pipeline Industry Association.

Ms Malaxos recognised the service of outgoing president, Mr O'Keefe, and said she was looking forward to the leading the Club over the next year.

"The Petroleum Club serves an important role in the Western Australian resources sector and I look forward to working with the new Board of Governors," Ms Malaxos said.

The Petroleum Club of Western Australia has a membership of around 500 and comprises professionals from all aspects of the industry - from explorers to environmentalists, from engineers to recruitment specialists; all with the common aim of sustainable development of Australia's petroleum resources.

 

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