Wentworth Resources, an independent oil and gas company, has appointed Lance Mierendorf as chief financial officer (CFO). Geoff Bury, who was both managing director and acting CFO, will continue in the role of managing director.
Mierendorf is a Canadian chartered accountant and has worked in the international oil and gas environment for over 15 years. Prior to joining Wentworth, he was CFO of Sonoro Energy, a Canada-based junior public company having start-up operations in Iraq.
Prior to that, Mierendorf was corporate controller for Buried Hill Energy, a private company having exploration and appraisal operations in the Gambia and Turkmenistan. Previously, he was Middle East finance manager for Anadarko Petroleum based in Doha, Qatar.
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