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Myhrvold appointed head of Norway’s PSA

Posted on 11 March 2013

Anne Myhrvold

Anne Myhrvold was recently appointed to serve as director general of the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA).

On 8 March, the King in Council announced it has appointed Anne Næss Myhrvold to serve as director general of the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA), following the retirement of Sir Magne Ognedal. Her six-year term begins on 1 May.

Ms Myhrvold previously worked for BP Norge since 2002 and has been a member of BP Norge’s top management as head of health, safety and the environment since 2009.

With an MSc in microbiology, her earlier career includes working in the safety area at the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate.

 

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