Help Neptune Energy, the fastest growing ‘established start up’ in oil and gas, on their journey towards going public, in a three-to-five-year time frame and beyond.
Not only will you join the team in a newly created global Corporate Affairs and Communications function, you will also have exposure to an organisation on the journey towards IPO (Initial Public Offering).
Under the leadership of Sam Laidlaw, former Chief Executive of Centrica, with support from one of the most experienced and admired energy teams amassed to date, you will help create one of the most innovative and ambitious international independent exploration and production companies ever created.
The organisation is effectively an established start up and with this brings corporate affairs and communications challenges on a global and geographically diverse scale, combined with the issues faced as a new entrant in the energy market. Working with the Group Director of Corporate Affairs, Julian Regan-Mears, this role offers an unparalleled opportunity to combine your insights, experience and energy with a dynamic and rapidly growing business.
Neptune Energy is the fastest growing independent oil and gas exploration and production company with a regional focus on the North Sea, North Africa and South East Asia. Neptune was created through the acquisition of the exploration and production business of the ENGIE group in February 2018, led by Sam Laidlaw, with backing by funds advised by three investors, CIC, The Carlyle Group and CVC Capital Partners.
Neptune now produces 165,000 net barrels of oil equivalent per day (Q1 2018), well ahead of the output of London-listed independent producers such as Tullow Oil and Premier Oil and of a similar level to Norway’s Aker BP, Europe’s largest independent.