Dr Sit Kwong Lam (Dr Sit), the former Chairman and Executive Director of Hong Kong-listed Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited, has been appointed as Strategic Adviser of the company effective Friday (31 May).
“Pursuant to the Employment Letter, Dr Sit has been employed as the Strategic Adviser for a term of three years commencing from 31 May 2019,” said Brightoil in a statement.
“Dr Sit has over 26 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry and acted as the Company’s former Chairman and Executive Director from June 2008 to April 2019.
“In view of Dr Sit’s extensive experience and knowledge, as the Strategic Adviser, Dr Sit will be able to continue to contribute to the company by providing advice to the Company on its general business, market development and operations.
“Dr Sit will not be involved in the management of the company and the group whether directly or indirectly, and he will not be vested with any management powers concerning the business, operations and affairs of the company and the group.”
Brightoil recently made several changes to its board.
A chronologically organised list of articles concerning Brightoil’s potential debt reorganization is below:
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Photo credit: Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited
Published: 3 June, 2019
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