Energy Partners, Ltd (EPL), an independent US oil and natural gas exploration and production company, has promoted Tiffany Thom has been promoted to chief financial officer (CFO) and will continue to serve as a senior vice president (SVP) and treasurer.
Thom has over 15 years of energy industry experience and joined EPL in October 2000 as a senior asset management engineer, and has advanced through positions of increasing responsibility since that time. She has most recently served as SVP, treasurer and principal financial officer. Prior to joining EPL, she was a senior reservoir engineer with Exxon Production Company and ExxonMobil Company. Thom holds a BSc in Engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA in Management, with a concentration in Finance, from Tulane University.
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