Tullow Oil says chairman Dorothy Thompson is stepping down at end of summer after nearly three years in role
By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter
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Tullow Oil said chairman Dorothy Thompson is stepping down at the end of the summer after nearly three years in the role.
One of only a handful of women chairing a London-listed company, she said it was the right time after Tullow last month emerged from a financial overhaul with a £1.27billion bond and a new business plan under chief executive Rahul Dhir.
On the move: Dorothy Thompson is one of only a handful of women chairing a London-listed company
Thompson, 60, was the chief executive of power company Drax Group before joining Tullow in 2018.
She is a non-executive director at Eaton Corp and a director of the Court of the Bank of England.
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