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Frank Tudor

Frank Tudor

A major energy utility company has announced that its managing director will be stepping down.

Jemena Managing Director of SGSP (Australia) Assets and Chairman of Zinfra, Frank Tudor, has announced his intention to step down from his roles, in which he has operated as a leader for five years. 

The company’s board has appointed Jemena’s Chief Financial Officer, David Gillespie, as Acting Managing Director from 1 September 2023. Mr Gillespie has had an 18 year career at Jemena and has held a range of roles across finance, strategy, and risk.

Jemena expressed its gratitude and appreciation for Mr Tudor’s dedication during his tenure as Jemena’s Managing Director.

Industry reacts

Energy Networks Australia (ENA) congratulated Mr Tudor on a successful tenure as Managing Director of Jemena and Chairman of Zinfra.

ENA Chief Executive Officer, Dom van den Berg, said Mr Tudor’s enormous contribution to the industry – and more specifically to ENA over the past seven years – demonstrated a commitment to viable, solutions-driven outcomes for the energy sector that will leave a legacy for years to come.

“In his role of Chair and Deputy Chair of ENA, Frank has led the organisation through some significant milestones, shared his experience and breadth of knowledge, and has been a strong and steady steward for our members as we navigate the energy transition. 

“Frank was instrumental in me joining ENA and has been a great support to myself and the entire team.  We thank him for his contributions, commitment and leadership,” Ms van den Berg said.

ENA Board Deputy Chair, John Cleland, will act as Chair from 1 September 2023 until the board meets later in September 2023 when formal appointments will be made. 

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