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Noble Energy has revised its organizational structure to support projected growth, with Chairman and CEO Charles D. Davidson saying he expects the company to double in size within five years. The new structure includes three major operating regions: U.S. Onshore, Eastern Mediterranean, and U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM), Africa and Frontier. Gary W. Willingham, previously V.P. of Strategic Planning, Environmental Analysis and Reserves, will serve as senior V.P. for the U.S. Onshore region. J. Keith Elliott, previously V.P. of Operations Services, will serve as senior V.P. for the Eastern Mediterranean region. Susan M. Cunningham, previously senior V.P. of Exploration and Business Innovation, will serve as senior V.P. for the U.S. GOM, Africa and Frontier region. Willingham, Elliott and Cunningham will all directly report to President and COO David L. Stover. John T. Lewis, previously V.P. of the Southern Region, will serve as senior V.P. for Corporate Development and will report to Davidson. Charles J. “Chip” Rimer, previously V.P., West Africa, will serve as senior V.P. for Global Operations Services and report to Stover. Rodney D. Cook, previously senior V.P., International, and Ted D. Brown, previously senior V.P., Northern Region, will serve as senior vice presidents and advisors to the president and the CEO.
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