Nielsen Resigns from StatoilHydro

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Kurt Anker Nielsen has informed StatoilHydro’s nomination committee that he is resigning from his position as board member on March 25, with immediate effect as a result of the way the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has handled the issue relating to the company name. Kurt Anker Nielsen was a board member of Norsk Hydro from 2004 to 2007. He has been a member of the board, and chair of the board's audit committee, of StatoilHydro since 1 October 2007.
StatoilHydro's nomination committee will immediately start its search for a new member of the board. The board of directors in StatoilHydro is elected by the company's corporate assembly.


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