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United Oil & Gas Plc (AIM: “UOG”), announces that Peter Dunne has notified the Board of his intention to step down as an Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of United and to take up the role of Chief Financial Officer with daa plc. It is currently anticipated that Peter will leave United during the first quarter of 2024 at a date to be confirmed.  


The company will commence a search process to identify a new CFO with immediate effect and an Interim CFO will be appointed. An announcement on this will be made in due course.


Over the coming months Peter will remain available to support a smooth transition and the continued execution of the Company’s strategy.


Brian Larkin, Chief Executive Officer commented:


“Peter has made an outstanding contribution to United since he joined the company. Whilst we are sorry to see Peter leave, we wish him all the best and success in his new role as CFO with daa plc. On behalf of the Board and Peter’s colleagues, I would like to thank Peter for his hard work and commitment, and he leaves with our best wishes.”


Peter Dunne, Chief Financial Officer commented:


“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at United working alongside such a strong team that is dedicated to executing United’s strategy and delivering value to shareholders. I would like to take this opportunity to wish Brian and the whole team continued success and I look forward to seeing continued progress being made in Jamaica and Egypt.”




This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 2014/596/EU which is part of domestic UK law pursuant to the Market Abuse (Amendment) (EU Exit) regulations (SI 2019/310).




Board Change – 07:00:14 14 Nov 2023 – UOG News article | London Stock Exchange


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