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Gulf Oil Announces
Exec Assignments For
Corporation And Divisions
Gulf Oil Corporation, Pitts- burgh, Pa., recently announced several new executive personnel assignments at the corporate and division levels.
The new corporate assignments are:
M.J. Hill, from president, Gulf
Oil Exploration and Production
Company, to corporate executive vice president, Houston. Mr. Hill will be the senior corporate officer in Houston with coordination re- sponsibilities for Houston-based operations.
J.L. Murdy, from corporate vice president, finance, to corpo- rate senior vice president, finance and planning.
C.M. Short, from assistant treasurer to corporate treasurer, succeeding P.H. Weyrauch, who has been named a corporate vice president. Mr. Weyrauch will be based in Houston and report to
D.R. Hoyer, from president,
Gulf Oil Company-International in London, to corporate vice pres- ident, Pittsburgh. Mr. Hoyer will be contact executive for Euro- pean operations. Reporting to Mr.
Hoyer is R.F. Mansfield, who was named president of Gulf Oil Com- pany-Eastern Hemisphere. He formerly was general manager, administrative control for Gulf
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Refining and Marketing Compa- ny. N.G. Forsman, former vice president, marketing, Gulf Oil
Company-International, London, has been named president of that unit and will report to Mr. Mans- field.
The supply and transportation operations of Gulf Trading and
Transportation Company will be phased into Gulf Refining and
Marketing Company. H.I. Good- man, formerly president of Gulf
Trading and Transportation Com- pany, has been appointed corpo- rate vice president, Houston, and will also become president of Gulf
Trading Company. His appoint- ment as corporate vice president was made to emphasize the inter- strategy-center nature of trading and its corporate impact.
In the Gulf Refining and Mar- keting Company, the new assign- ments are:
C.H. Bowman, promoted from senior vice president to president of Gulf Refining and Marketing
Company, responsible for mar- keting, refining, and transporta- tion operations in the U.S. and
Puerto Rico, and international marine transportation and crude oil supply operations.
C.L. Campbell, from senior vice president, Gulf Trading and
Transportation Company, to sen- ior vice president, supply and transportation, Gulf Refining and
At the Gulf Oil Exploration and
J.L. Huitt was promoted from executive vice president to presi- dent of Gulf Oil Exploration and
Production Company, replacing
P.E. Wyche, from vice presi- dent, exploration, Gulf Oil Ex- ploration and Production Com- pany-International, to executive vice president, Gulf Oil Explora- tion and Production Company, replacing Mr. Huitt.
B.W. Miller, from president,
Gulf Oil Company-U.S., to senior vice president, Gulf Oil Explora- tion and Production Company.
And S.L. Sugarman was pro- moted from executive vice presi- dent, Gulf Trading and Transpor- tation Company, Houston, to sen- ior vice president, Gulf Oil Ex- ploration and Production Com- pany.
Joseph LaNasa Appointed
VP And General Manager
At AmShip Division
Joseph M. LaNasa has been appointed vice president and gen- eral manager of the AmShip Di- vision of The American Ship
Building Company, Lorain, Ohio.
Mr. LaNasa started his ship- building career in 1942 with
American Ship Building in its
Cleveland yard pipe shop. He progressed through various posi- tions to assistant to the chief en- gineer of the mechanical depart- ment. Subsequently, he held vari- 18 Write 462 on Reader Service Card Write 385 on Reader Service Card Maritime Reporter/Engineering News