Max Williams ACA|
Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary
Max Williams joined the Aminex Group in 1994 as Financial Controller at the time that it acquired its first Russian assets and was fully involved with its Russian development and production operations. He was appointed became Chief Financial Officer in January 2010. Max Williams is a Chartered Accountant who joined Aminex directly from the accountancy profession.
General Manager Operations
David Warwick is a petroleum geologist with over thirty years experience in the oil & gas industry. He began his career with Hamilton Brothers (now part of BHP Billiton) and subsequently spent 15 years with Phillips Petroleum Company (now ConocoPhillips) where he became head of UK exploration with a department of 40 geoscientists and directed the re-assessment of a major North Sea acreage portfolio. This led to the discovery of 2 Central North Sea oil fields and to the key discovery well on one of the Armada gas fields. Prior to joining Aminex he was General Manager for Burren Energy’s Egyptian operations.
Senior Exploration Adviser
Nick Cameron is a Petroleum Geologist retained by Aminex to support its exploration activities. During his career he has been active throughout Africa and has worked for oil companies, governments and service companies. Mr. Cameron is a well-known industry expert who is a frequent speaker at international technical conferences in addition to his active exploration work. From 1982 to 1993 he held senior posts with Conoco (now Conoco-Phillips).
Manager, Supply & Logistics
Jonathan Major has worked for the Aminex group since 1995 and manages its AMOSSCO subsidiary. As well as third party business he is responsible for supply and logistics for all the group’s operated projects outside the USA, including transporting drilling rigs and other equipment to remote locations. Before joining Aminex he was with BP in Aberdeen as Deputy Manager for North Sea supply vessel operations.
|Ambassador I. Chialo|
Resident Director, Ndovu Resources Limited, Dar es Salaam
Ambassador Chialo retired from a distinguished career in the Tanzanian Diplomatic Service where he was latterly Tanzania’s Ambassador to Japan and surrounding nations in the region. He is resident director of the group’s Tanzanian operating subsidiary Ndovu Resources Ltd. and Chairman of the Oil & Gas Association of Tanzania (‘OGAT’), an organisation which represents the rapidly-expanding interests of oil companies with government.
Country Manager, Tanzania
Thierry Murcia has spent his career in commercial management and administration, primarily in Western Australia. Prior to joining Aminex and relocating to Tanzania, he worked for BP in various commercial and administrative capacities. Prior to BP he was an executive with Caltex Australia. Thierry Murcia holds an MBA from The University of Western Australia. He is currently resident in Dar es Salaam where he has day-to-day responsibilities for all Aminex’s activities.
Thierry Murcia is the Honorary Consul for Australia in Tanzania.