August 18, 2022 |
Chile's Empresa Nacional del Petróleo (ENAP) said late Tuesday that its board of directors accepted the resignation of Julio Aranis as CEO after five months on the job, putting the state-owned oil company on the hunt for a new leader for a second time this year.
A former mining executive, Aranis will step down on Friday for personal reasons, the company said in a securities filing.
Aranis, a five-year veteran at the company, including as head of exploration and production and supply chain manage
Julio Aranis' resignation hits Chilean state oil company with second departure at the top this year