Former ICTSI executive joins Prime Infra’s board of directors

Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) to the Board of Directors of Prime Infra led by Razon.

Martin O’Neill replaced Rafael Consing Jr., who had recently been selected to join the Office of Presidential Counsel on Investment and Economic Affairs.

“Martin brings with him deep experience to help execute Prime Infra’s strategic priorities in expanding the business, with a focus on solidifying the strength of the company’s capital to maximize value for our stakeholders,” Prime Infra President Enrique Razon Jr. said in a statement.

Led by Razon, the other members of the Prime Infra Board of Directors are Cristian Gonzalez, Guillaume Lucci, Stephen Paradis, and independent directors Panfilo Lacson and Danilo Feliciano. Apart from being a director, O’Neill was also appointed Senior Financial Advisor to the Prime Infra management.

“With more than 30 years of experience in senior leadership roles, Martin’s wealth of knowledge and insight will prove invaluable to the company’s financial and business operations,” said Lucci, President of Prime Infra.

“He is a great addition and a strong asset to the team, and we are very pleased to have him on board.”

Last week, Prime Infra said preliminary measures were being taken regarding the two-week scheduled maintenance (SMS) shutdown of the Malampaya Deep Water Gas-to-Power (Malampaya) project.

From February 4th until February 18th, SMS is part of the planned maintenance activity in Malambaya to ensure that equipment and assets within the facility are operating safely, reliably and efficiently to avoid any unwanted incidents that could affect the continuous supply of gas to the area. Power plants.

“A scheduled maintenance shutdown is a preventive maintenance activity that is carried out at regular intervals to ensure that the Malampaya project continues to produce safe and reliable power to supply the grid and meet the country’s energy requirements,” said Sebastien Quinones, Managing Director of Prime Energy. .

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