ADM Energy said it appointed Osamede Okhomina as chief executive officer, who will join the Board of Directors with immediate effect.
The decision follows the non-Board appointment of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Dalmook Al Maktoum as President in June 2019, as the company looks to further the strategy to grow a portfolio of investments in projects that can significantly enhance the value of the company.
Okhomina, aged 48, has over 20 years of experience in the global oil and gas industry, with a track record of financing projects and growing businesses.
He started his career at Terra Energy Services where he managed the introduction of new deep-water technologies, developed in Norway, into the Nigerian market. More recently, Okhomina was a founding partner and CEO of Energy Equity Resources, an Africa-focused oil and gas company and a partner investor of ADM Energy. He is currently its vice chairman of EER.
Okhomina brings considerable expertise and government connections to the Board of ADM Energy.
“Our strategy will be to build on our existing asset base in Nigeria and target other attractive investment opportunities in the oil and gas sector, primarily in West Africa, that we feel will bring significant value to ADM Energy shareholders as we grow the Company,” Okhomina said.