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hf_138516_article.jpgMonday saw the appointment of several people to key oil and gas regulatory positions in the UK. As well as the selection of Conservative politician Amber Rudd MP as the country's UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, after last week's General Election, the newly-formed Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) announced the appointment of seven men and women to management roles within its organization. New directors at the OGA include: Gunther Newcombe as director of exploration and production; Dr Angela Seeney as director of technology and projects; Hedvig Ljungerud as director of policy, performance and economics; and John Ogden as the OGA's chief financial officer. 

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