Naftogaz has appointed Chief Transformation officer
Naftogaz has appointed Otto A. Waterlander as Naftogaz Group Chief Transformation officer. Otto Waterlander joins from McKinsey & Company where he served clients in both the Oil & Gas and Utilities markets globally, press service reports.
Otto Waterlander will be responsible for Naftogaz group’s transformation projects, including the introduction of a new operational model and divisional structure, implementation of cross-functional processes and design of business process databases. He will also lead and participate in developing initiatives to increase the value of Naftogaz group’s enterprises, enhance business performance and generate more profit for shareholders.
Before joining Naftogaz, Mr. Waterlander was a Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company where he co-led the global Oil & Gas practice. Before that, he was a Partner in the energy practice at Booz & Company. He started his career with Royal Dutch Shell in May 1990 where he had various roles in the Netherlands and Venezuela until the end of 1997.
Naftogaz has appointed Petrus Van Drils as the new CFO of the company group.
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