Iain Conn joins Oxford Flow board

Oxford Flow, the flow control equipment specialist for oil, gas, water and industrial process industries, has announced the appointment of Iain Conn as non-executive director as the company embarks on further growth and diversification. 
Conn brings 35 years of experience to the post, including 29 years with BP, 10 of which were on BP’s Board, latterly as CEO Downstream. Conn was also Group CEO at Centrica, and he is an advisor to Oxford Sciences Innovation’s Deep Tech Portfolio. He joins Shell’s former CFO Simon Henry, who already has an advisory role with Oxford Flow’s board.
Neil Poxon, CEO at Oxford Flow: “We have developed an ambitious roadmap for growth and diversification. Iain’s extensive experience from a strategic and operational perspective will enable us to penetrate into new sectors, like oil and gas, at a faster rate. As we see the energy and water industries face mounting challenges like tackling emissions and reducing non-revenue water, his steadfast guidance will prove invaluable.
“What’s really powerful is the combination of Iain and Simon together – we’re incredibly proud to have such impressive industry names as part of our board and advisory. With Simon’s commercial expertise, Iain’s technical track record and their joint strategic experiences, we believe we can maximise value for all stakeholders.”
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