Gulf Oil Announces Exec Assignments For Corporation And Divisions
Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa., recently announced several new executive personnel assignments at the corporate and division levels.
The new corporate assignments are: M.J. Hill, from president, Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company, to corporate executive vice president, Houston. Mr. Hill will be the senior corporate officer in Houston with coordination responsibilities for Houston-based operations.
J.L. Murdy, from corporate vice president, finance, to corporate senior vice president, finance and planning.
C.M. Short, f r om a s s i s t a nt treasurer to corporate treasurer, succeeding P.H. Weyrauch, who has been named a corporate vice president. Mr. Weyrauch will be based in Houston and report to Mr. Hill.
D.R. Hoyer, from president, Gulf Oil Company-International in London, to corporate vice president, Pittsburgh. Mr. Hoyer will be contact executive for European operations. Reporting to Mr.
Hoyer is R.F. Mansfield, who was named president of Gulf Oil Company- Eastern Hemisphere. He formerly was general manager, administrative control for Gulf Refining and Marketing Company.
N.G. Forsman, former vice president, marketing, Gulf Oil Company-International, London, has been named president of that unit and will report to Mr. Mansfield.
The supply and transportation operations of Gulf Trading and Transportation Company will be phased into Gulf Refining and Marketing Company. H.I. Goodman, formerly president of Gulf Trading and Transportation Company, has been appointed corporate vice president, Houston, and will also become president of Gulf Trading Company. His appointment as corporate vice president was made to emphasize the interstrategy- center nature of trading and its corporate impact.
In the Gulf Refining and Marketing Company, the new assignments are: C.H. Bowman, promoted from senior vice president to president of Gulf Refining and Marketing Company, responsible for marketing, refining, and transportation operations in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, and international marine transportation and crude oil supply operations.
C.L. Campbell, from senior vice president, Gulf Trading and Transportation Company, to senior vice president, supply and transportation, Gulf Refining and Marketing Company.
At the Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company: J.L. Huitt was promoted from executive vice president to president of Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company, replacing M.J. Hill.
P.E. Wyche, from vice president, exploration, Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company- International, to executive vice president, Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company, replacing Mr. Huitt.
B.W. Miller, from president, Gulf Oil Company-U.S., to senior vice president, Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company.
And S.L. Sugarman was promoted from executive vice president, Gulf Trading and Transportation Company, Houston, to senior vice president, Gulf Oil Exploration and Production Company.
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