Petrobras chairman resigns

OE Staff
Monday, November 30, 2015

Petrobras announced that its chairman, Murilo Pinto de Oliveira Ferreira, who was in leave of absence since 14 September, 2015, presented his resignation.

Luiz Nelson Guedes de Carvalho, who was performing the duties of the chairman since 14 September, will stay in this position until the next ordinary board meeting, when this subject will be deliberated.

Earlier this month, Petrobras announced the board of directors’ approval of the appointment of Mário Vinícius Claussen Spinelli as the company's new ombudsman general.

Also this month, Segen Farid Estefen was appointed as the chairman of the board for Petrobras' subsidiary company Petrobras Distribuidora, until 31 January 2016, to replace Clovis Torres Jr., who announced his resignation the same week. 

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Petrobras appoints new chair

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