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EnQuest PLC (ENQ.L)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Jock Lennox

61 2016 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Amjad Bseisu

2010 Chief Executive, Executive Director

Jonathan Swinney

2010 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Imran Malik

2015 Vice President - Finance

Salman Malik

2017 Vice President – Strategy and Corporate Development

Stefan Ricketts

2013 General Counsel, Company Secretary

Bob Davenport

2017 Managing Director, North Sea

Faysal Hamza

2017 Interim Head of North Sea, Managing Director – Corporate Development

Martin Mentiply

2017 Chief Petroleum Engineer

Laurie Fitch

48 2018 Non-Executive Independent Director

Philip Holland

2015 Non-Executive Independent Director

Carl Hughes

2017 Non-Executive Independent Director

Helmut Langanger

68 2010 Senior Non-Executive Independent Director

John Winterman

2017 Non-Executive Independent Director

Ian Wood

2017 IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Jock Lennox

Mr. Jock Fyfe Lennox is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of Enquest Plc., since September 8, 2016. Jock Lennox holds a law degree and in 1980 qualified as a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young LLP (‘EY’). He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. In 1988 Jock became a partner at EY. In his time at EY, Jock gained a wide range of experience working with multi-national clients (including in the oil and gas sector). He worked on projects in many countries and had a secondment to Seattle, US in the early 1980s. He held a number of leadership positions in the UK and globally. Jock retired from EY in 2009, since when he has developed a career as an independent public company director. He is Non-executive director of Barratt Developments plc and Dixons Carphone plc. He is chairman of Hill & Smith Holdings plc and a trustee of the Tall Ships Youth Trust.

Amjad Bseisu

Dr. Amjad Bseisu is Chief Executive, Executive Director of Enquest Plc. Mr. Amjad Bseisu holds a BSc Honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University and an MSc and D.ENG degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Stanford University. From 1984 to 1998, Amjad worked for the Atlantic Richfield Company (‘ARCO’), eventually becoming president of ARCO Petroleum Ventures. In 1998 Amjad founded and was the chief executive of Petrofac Energy Developments International Limited. In 2010, Amjad formed EnQuest PLC, having previously been a founding non-executive chairman of Serica Energy plc and a director of Stratic Energy Corporation. Amjad was British Business Ambassador for Energy from 2013 to 2015. He is Chairman of the independent energy community for the World Economic Forum since 2016, and non-executive chairman of . Power Systems, a private company and the leading developer of solar services in the Middle East.

Jonathan Swinney

Mr. Jonathan Swinney is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of Enquest Plc. Mr. Jonathan Swinney is a qualified chartered accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. He is also a qualified solicitor and focused on acquisition finance. Jonathan worked at Credit Suisse and then Lehman Brothers, advising on a wide range of transactions with equity advisory. Jonathan joined Petrofac Limited in April 2008 as head of mergers and acquisitions for the Petrofac Group, and left in 2010 to join EnQuest PLC. The combination of Jonathan’s accounting and legal professional qualifications as well as significant capital markets knowledge, experience and understanding has been critical in raising finance during EnQuest’s existence, particularly the successful restructuring undertaken in 2016. Jonathan also has significant merger and acquisition transactional experience.

Imran Malik

Mr. Imran Malik is Vice President - Finance of the Company. Imran holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from University College London, qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG in 1991 and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. He has over 25 years of broad international oil and gas experience in group and operational finance, project services, contracts and procurement, and general management across the value chain from Upstream to LNG. He joined EnQuest in 2015 from BG Group plc, where he was part of the finance leadership team and his most recent role was as group head of planning and risk. In previous roles he has worked in Australia, Egypt, the Netherlands, Libya and Pakistan. As Vice President, Finance at EnQuest, Imran has overall responsibility for ensuring that the Company has the necessary finance capacity and capabilities in place to deliver EnQuest’s strategy.

Salman Malik

Mr. Salman Malik is Vice President – Strategy and Corporate Development of the Company. He was Vice President - Corporate Finance and M&A of the Company. Mr. Salman graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Finance and Economics with high distinction. He is also a CFA charter holder with extensive experience in investment management, investment banking and private equity in Canada and the Middle East. Prior to joining EnQuest in 2013, Salman was a director of private equity and principal investments at Swicorp, a financial firm operating in the Middle East and North Africa, where he served on the board of several portfolio companies and was responsible for acquisitions, post-acquisition management and exits across the energy value chain. Prior to that, Salman held several sell-side positions in the investment banking industry in Canada, primarily focused on the industrial and metals and mining sectors. In his current role, Salman is responsible for the Group’s strategy, corporate finance activities, and transaction structuring and execution, including acquisitions and divestments.

Stefan Ricketts

Mr. Stefan Ricketts is General Counsel, Company Secretary of Enquest Plc. Mr. Stefan joined EnQuest in 2012 and is responsible for all legal, Company secretarial matters and for EnQuest’s Risk Management Framework. Prior to joining EnQuest, Stefan was a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP heading its energy and natural resources practice in the Asia-Pacific region. He had previously been group general counsel at BG Group plc. Stefan, who graduated from the University of Bristol with a degree in law, began his early career as a solicitor with Herbert Smith, has significant experience as a lawyer and in management working across the energy chain and in all phases of project development and operations. In previous roles he has been based in London, Paris, Dubai, Jakarta, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Bob Davenport

Mr. Bob Davenport serves as Managing Director, North Sea at Enquest Plc since December 11, 2017. Bob has a degree in Mineral Engineering and an MBA. He began his early career in 1984 as a field engineer with Schlumberger, then gained broad international experience in petroleum engineering, operations and management with Texaco, Shell, BP and Apache Corporation. In previous roles he has worked in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Egypt, UK North Sea and the USA Gulf Coast. Prior to joining EnQuest, Bob served as north sea operations director for Apache and general manager, Khalda where he led the largest oil and gas producer in Egypt’s western desert. He joined EnQuest in 2015 as Managing Director – Malaysia. In his current role as Managing Director – North Sea, Bob is responsible for delivering sustainable business growth in the UKCS.

Faysal Hamza

Mr. Faysal Hamza serves as Interim Head of North Sea, Managing Director – Corporate Development of the Company. Faysal has an MBA from Georgetown University in Washington and over 28 years of experience in oil and gas finance, business development and private equity. Faysal joined EnQuest in 2011 and prior to that was managing director, private equity at Swicorp, a financial firm operating in the Middle East and North Africa. Faysal has also held roles as a senior executive at Arab Petroleum Investment Corporation (‘APICORP’), group business development manager with the Alturki Group in Saudi Arabia, and management positions at Arco International Oil & Gas Company (‘ARCO’) in the US, Saudi International Bank in London and the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco).

Martin Mentiply

Mr. Martin Mentiply serves as Chief Petroleum Engineer of the Company. Martin holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Edinburgh and a Masters degree in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College. He has over 20 years of broad international oil and gas operator experience. Through his career he has gained significant technical and commercial expertise in field development planning, project execution, reservoir management and investment assurance across the value chain from Upstream through to LNG. He joined EnQuest in 2016 from BG Group plc, where his most recent role was head of assurance, advising the board and chief executive on investment decisions. In previous roles he has worked in Indonesia, Egypt, Tunisia and the UK North Sea. As the Chief Petroleum Engineer for EnQuest, Martin has global accountability for all subsurface activities, including reserves management and resource maturation.

Laurie Fitch

Ms. Laurie Fitch serves as Non-Executive Independent Director of ENQUEST PLC since January 8, 2018. Laurie Fitch has a BA in Arabic and an MA from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where she is chair of the University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies. Laurie is currently a partner in the strategic advisory group at PJT Partners, based in London. She spent a significant part of her career as an equity analyst and portfolio manager at TIAA CREF and Artisan Partners, where she invested in the global industrials, utility and infrastructure sectors. Laurie spent four years in the global power and global industrials groups at Morgan Stanley, most recently as co-head of the global industrials group in Europe, prior to joining PJT Partners in 2016. She is Partner in the strategic advisory group of PJT Partners; non-executive director of EDP (Energias de Portugal), SA; and a member of the Audit and Finance and Operations subcommittees of the Tate Board of Trustees.

Philip Holland

Mr. Philip Holland is Non-Executive Independent Director of Enquest Plc. Mr. Philip Holland holds a BSc in Civil Engineering from Leeds University and a MSc in Engineering and Construction Project Management from Cranfield School of Management. Philip has extensive experience in managing large scale oil and gas projects around the globe. In 1980, he joined Bechtel Corporation and managed major oil and gas projects in a wide range of international locations. In 2004, he joined Shell as vice-president of projects, Shell Global Solutions International. In 2009, Philip became executive vice-president downstream projects in Shell’s newly formed projects and technology business and in 2010 he was appointed as project director for Shell’s Kashagan phase 2 project in Kazakhstan, and subsequently the Shell/QP Al Karaana petrochemicals project. Since 2013, he has operated as an independent project management consultant. He is Chief executive of Lloyds Energy Limited.

Carl Hughes

Mr. Carl Hughes is Non-Executive Independent Director of Enquest PLC., effective as of January 1, 2017. Carl Hughes holds an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and is a Fellow of the Energy Institute. Carl joined Arthur Andersen in 1983, qualified as a chartered accountant and became a partner in 1993. Throughout his professional career he specialised in the oil and gas, mining and utilities sectors, becoming the head of the UK energy and resources industry practice of Andersen in 1999 and subsequently of Deloitte in 2002. When Carl retired from the partnership of Deloitte in 2015 he was a vice-chairman, senior audit partner and leader of the firm’s energy and resources business globally. He is Trustee and member of council of the Energy Institute; member of the development board of St Peter’s College, Oxford; member of the General Synod of the Church of England and the finance committee of the Archbishops’ Council.

Helmut Langanger

Dipl.-Ing. Helmut Josef Langanger is Senior Non-Executive Independent Director of Enquest Plc. Helmut Langanger holds an MSc degree in Petroleum Engineering and an MA in Economics. Between 1974 and 2010, Helmut was employed by OMV, Austria where he was a reservoir engineer until 1980. From 1981 to 1985, Helmut was an evaluation engineer for the technical and economic assessment of international E&P ventures, and from 1985 to 1989 he held the position of vice-president, planning and economics for E&P and natural gas projects. In 1989, Helmut was appointed as senior vice-president of international E&P and in 1992 became senior vice-president of E&P for OMV’s global operations. From 2002 Helmut was the group executive vice-president for E&P, OMV until he retired in 2010. During his tenure, Helmut was in charge of OMV activities in 14 countries and production increased from 80,000 barrels per day to 320,000 barrels per day. He is Non-executive director of Schoeller Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment A.G. (Austria), and MND (Czech Republic).

John Winterman

Mr. John Winterman is Non-Executive Independent Director of ENQUEST PLC. John Winterman holds a BSc in geology from Queen Mary College, London University and is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. John has extensive leadership experience in global exploration, business development and asset management and has a strong record of exploration success globally with over two billion barrels of oil equivalent discovered in the Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Russia, United States and Yemen. John joined Occidental in 1981 and after a 20+ year technical career as a geologist with the company, moved into executive roles; these included high-level leadership positions in exploration, new business development and in asset management. John left Occidental in 2013 and since then he has provided strategic advice to international oil and gas companies. He is a Non-executive director of CC Energy.

Ian Wood