According to Noia, Bob Cadigan’s last day as its president and CEO was July 18. The association is recruiting his replacement.
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The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industry Association (Noia) is in the market for a new chief executive officer.
The association told The Telegram that Bob Cadigan, who had served as CEO and president since 2008, worked his last day on July 18.
Andrew Bell, chairman of the board of directors, has assumed the CEO duties in the interim.
“The board thanks Bob for his service and wishes him well in his future endeavours,” Jennifer Collingwood, senior director of communications, wrote in an email, noting that the association would not comment further.
When contacted by The Telegram, Cadigan said he had no comment on the matter at this time.
Before joining Noia, Cadigan had worked with Johnson Inc. and was the vice-president of personal insurance and marketing with Anthony Insurance.