ExxonMobil Consolidates In Scandinavia

Thursday, June 08, 2000
ExxonMobil Marine Fuels has consolidated its Scandinavian sales and marketing operations in its new European and world headquarters in Leatherhead, U.K. Helen Flattum, who previously was with Esso's marine fuels operation in Norway, will relocate to the U.K., overseeing operations in Scandinavia. Flattum will be part of the company's Europe, Africa and Middle East sales team, headed by Sowmi Krishnamurthy, who previously headed industrial fuels marketing in the Asia-Pacific region for Mobil.

ExxonMobil's European team will be joined by Valerie Guillou, who will be responsible for touting fueloil and gasoil throughout the African region.

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