Expro names Chief Communications, Stakeholder and Sustainability Officer

Source: press release, 27 September 2021

Expro’s Chief Communications, Stakeholder and Sustainability Officer, Karen David-Green
Expro’s Chief Communications, Stakeholder and Sustainability Officer, Karen David-Green (photo: Expro)

Expro Group, an international energy services company with market leadership in well access and well flow optimisation, has appointed Karen David-Green to the newly created position of Chief Communications, Stakeholder and Sustainability Officer.

David-Green is a seasoned executive with considerable experience leading communications, marketing and investor relations functions, with particular expertise in the energy industry. At Expro, she is responsible for leading the planning and execution of the Company’s communication and engagement with key stakeholders, including analysts, investors and employees, as well as its sustainability initiatives and environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting. She reports to Mike Jardon, Chief Executive Officer of Expro.

“Karen brings deep and highly relevant experience to Expro – her prior success overseeing investor relations, communications and sustainability programs will be invaluable as we enter Expro’s next chapter as a public company through our combination with Frank’s International,” says Jardon. “Karen is uniquely qualified to help us build a best-in-class program to deepen our engagement with key stakeholders and articulate our clear vision for the future of our company and the role we play in helping our customers deliver on a lower carbon future.”

“Expro is a global industry leader at the forefront of the energy transition, and I am honored to join the company at this critical point in its history,” says David-Green. “I look forward to continuing to work with the management team to ensure Expro demonstrates leadership, accountability and transparency as it drives growth and value creation for the benefit of customers, shareholders and other stakeholders.”