Sept 18, 2020
The former director general of the National Petroleum Agency, Décio Oddone, was appointed to assume the presidency of Enauta. Final approval of the executive’s name still depends on approval by the company’s Board of Directors, which will meet on Monday (21) to confirm the nomination. Oddone left the ANP at the end of March and has since gone through a six-month quarantine, as required by law, thus preventing him from occupying positions in the market during the period.
Oddone will join the leadership of Enauta to replace Lincoln Guardado, who has expressed an interest in departing from the company’s leadership. Under Guardado’s leadership, which started in 2012, the oil company changed its name, entered the pre-salt, went public and managed to move forward with the Atlanta Field operation.
“My time at Enauta was the highlight of a career spanning more than 40 years in the oil and gas market in Brazil and abroad,” said Guardado. “I am proud to have been part of the construction of the company since its inception as a publicly traded company, creating value for all those who relate to it, and counting on a team of brilliant professionals who will continue to be engaged in the next steps of the Company towards to the future ”, he concluded.