Appointment of Chief Financial Officer

Wed, May 15 2024 08:30 am

Genesis Energy is today confirming the appointment of Julie Amey as Chief Financial Officer.

Julie will join Genesis from 4 November 2024 and brings over 30 years of finance experience, primarily in the energy sector.

Julie currently holds the role of Chief Financial Officer, SkyCity Entertainment Group, a position she has held since May 2021. Prior to this, Julie gained over 20 years experience in global multi-national, Shell Oil Company; her last three roles being Vice President Finance, Integrated Gas, Shell Australia, Vice President Finance, Qatar Shell GTL Limited and prior to that, Chief Financial Officer Shell Turcas AS Turkey.

Before joining the Shell Group, Julie held a senior finance role with Fletcher Challenge Energy Ltd in New Zealand, transitioning into Shell as part of their acquisition of this entity. Julie commenced her career in audit and consultancy services at Deloitte & Touche in New Zealand.

Chief Executive, Malcolm Johns, is looking forward to welcoming Julie to Genesis in November.

“Julie is really looking forward to returning to the energy sector and joining Genesis to help ensure the success of our Gen35 strategy. Julie holds our company and our aspirations in very high regard and, alongside her experience, brings with her a significant amount of passion for the energy transformation journey”

Appointment of Interim Chief Financial Officer

Genesis has appointed Emma Oettli to the role of Interim Chief Financial Officer. Emma will lead the finance function in an acting capacity from 20 May 2024 until Julie Amey commences on 4 November 2024.

Emma currently holds the role of General Manager, Retail Finance and Commercial, and has previously held the role of Interim Chief Financial Officer at Genesis for the period from November 2021 to March 2022.


For investor relations enquiries, please contact:
Tim McSweeney
GM Investor Relations & Market Risk
M: 027 200 5548

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Estelle Sarney
External Communications Manager
M: 027 269 6383

Announcement PDF

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