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Two new board members appointed in Turkey's Petkim
- Ilhami Ozsahin and Ertugrul Altın appointed as Petkim's new members of the board of directors

Turkey's biggest petrochemicals firm Petkim appointed Ilhami Ozsahin and Ertugrul Altın as new members of the board of directors after its extraordinary general meeting today, according to a statement by the company Tuesday.

Ertugrul Altın was the undersecretary at the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources since November 2015. He served as general manager of Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) between 2011-2013.

Ilhami Ozsahin previously worked in Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEAS) and Turkish Energy Regulatory Market (EPDK).

Sadettin Korkut, the general manager of Petkim, and Kenan Yavuz, a board member at Petkim, previously announced their resignment from the company.

By Ebru Sengul

Anadolu Agency

ebrusengul@aa.com.tr

06 Sep,2016
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