(EnergyAsia, October 28 2013, Monday) — Three companies involved in the energy business have announced senior management changes.
Singapore LNG Corp (SLNG), the operator of the country’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, has named John Ng, the former CEO of YTLPower Seraya Pte Ltd, to succeed Neil McGregor as CEO from December 1.

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Mr McGregor will become a non-executive director as part of the company’s planned succession, said SLNG Corp.

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Swedish upstream company Tethys Oil, which is focused on developing Oman’s upstream resources, said Vincent Hamilton has stepped down as chairman and director, and sold all his shares to focus on medical research. Mr Hamilton held 2,236,955 shares or about 6.3% of the company’s total.

Rockwell Automation has named John Watts as its new regional marketing director for the Asia Pacific region.

Mr Watts is responsible for all regional marketing functions, including commercial marketing, commercial engineering, product business management as well as sales operations and sales competency. He replaces Steven Goh, who has taken a global leadership role within Rockwell Automation’s architecture and software business, and will continue to be based in Singapore.

With 18 years of experience in automation and process control, Mr Watt relocated from Melbourne, Australia to Singapore when he joined Rockwell Automation in 2006 as the region’s business manager for process solutions.