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BpTT head moving to the UK
BP Trinidad and Tobago has announced that its regional President Norman Christie will be leaving T&T to take up a new position within the BP Group.
According to a BP T&T's media release yesterday, effective April 1, 2018 Christie will take up the position of joint head of the BP Group Chief Executive's Office.
Christie has been Regional President of BPTT since 2011, after he assumed the role from Robert Riley who himself exited to take up the position of Group Head of Safety and Operation Risk at the company's corporate headquarters in London.
Prior to assuming the role of Regional President, over a period of five years, he held the positions of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Vice President and Performance Unit Leader, Markets for BPTT.
The release said that information will be shared on Christie's replacement "pending work permit approvals."
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