Citgo Holding, Inc. and Citgo Petroleum Corporation strengthen their teams with the incorporation of other directors

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Elio José Tortolero, Samuel Wilhelm and Ernesto José Hernández Bolívar were appointed members of the board of directors of Citgo Holding, Inc., in which Glixon Mavarez and Pablo Pérez remain as directors.

For their part, Ernesto José Hernández Bolívar and Luis Giusti Lugo were appointed to the board of Citgo Petroleum Corporation, while José Ramón Pocaterra will continue to be the chairman of this board, as Andrés Padilla and Marcelo Laprea remain as directors.

Carlos Jordá, with 50 years of experience in the oil and gas industry on an international scale, remains as CEO of Citgo Petroleum Corporation, as well as Edgar Rincón, who brings extensive operational and management experience in all facets of the energy industry, remains as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Citgo Petroleum Corporation.

Facing the challenges

“At Citgo we work to continue strengthening our leadership with a solid team of professionals as we aim to face the challenges of a competitive industry,” said the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Citgo Petroleum Corporation, José Ramón Pocaterra. “We are pleased to add these talented professionals who bring important new knowledge and experience to the Citgo team. We look forward to your contributions to the company ”.

Samuel Wilhelm brings to the Citgo Holding, Inc. board of directors his vast experience in hydrocarbon supply chain, contract negotiations, logistics, trade, and strategic planning. Likewise, Ernesto Hernández, who joins both the Citgo Holding, Inc. and Citgo Petroleum Corporation board of directors, brings more than 29 years of experience as an IT professional focused on customer-oriented strategies.

For his part, Luis Giusti Lugo, joins the board of directors of Citgo Petroleum Corporation, to which he brings 24 years of experience in a wide range of areas that include corporate finance, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, and business development, both in the oil and gas industry as well as in the financial sector.

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