Enefit American Oil welcomes Ryan Clerico as new CEO

Enefit American Oil CEO Rikki Hrenko-Browning will join the Utah Petroleum Association as the organization’s new President on Jan. 2, 2019. Until then, Hrenko-Browning will continue in her position at EAO, after which Ryan Clerico, EAO’s Head of Development and Environment, will become CEO. Clerico has been with EAO since August 2012 and has previously served as acting CEO.

 

“Rikki has been an important part to our efforts to develop the Utah Project and bring our proven oil shale production technology to new markets, we wish her best in her new role,” said Margus Vals, President of EAO’s Board. “Ryan has contributed a lot to EAO´s efforts during the last years and will be in an excellent position to take on the development.”

 

“I am looking forward to continuing the progress in making a U.S. commercial oil shale industry a reality,” said Clerico. Over the course of a more than 20-year career, Clerico has worked in a broad range of such industry segments as energy and infrastructure; mining; oil and gas; commercial and residential real estate; and transportation. Clerico has demonstrated success gaining major approvals and entitlements at the federal, state, local and international government levels for complex and controversial projects, while ensuring continued stakeholder support, as well as taking projects through full construction and into operation. Clerico is a Certified Environmental Professional (CEP) with experience in all aspects of the environment, health and safety, and social license to operate, including numerous technical publications.

 

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