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    Petrofac chairman resigns

    Petrofac

    Petrofac, an international oil & gas facilities service provider, reports that Norman Murray, who has been chairman since May 2011, has resigned from the board and will step down as chairman with immediate effect for compassionate reasons.

    Senior Independent Director Rijnhard van Tets assumed the role of chairman on Aug. 22. He was appointed as a non-executive director in May 2007 and became senior independent director in May 2011. Non-Executive Director Thomas Thune Andersen will become senior independent director.

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