Published On: Wed, Apr 17th, 2019

Cairn Oil & Gas names Ajay Dixit as CEO

New Delhi, April 2019.

Cairn Oil & Gas, a vertical of Vedanta Limited, and India’s largest independent oil and gas exploration and production company, has announced the appointment of Ajay Dixit as its Chief Executive Officer. Ajay succeeds Sudhir Mathur, who after seven successful years with the company, moves on to pursue personal endeavors.

Ajay brings39 years of rich experience in the energy sector and joined Vedanta in 2015 from Siemens where he was CEO – Energy for South Asia.An alumni of Delhi College of Engineering, he served as the Acting CEO of Vedanta’s Aluminium and Power business before being elevated to this new role. He brings deepexperience in strategy, operations, technology, financeand regulatory affairs. His leadership will support Cairn’s vision torealize the full potential of Barmer block, grow the offshore business, appraisal of new blocks under OALP I and DSFII,and in continuing to steer a strong and highgrowth organization.

Speaking on the appointment, Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan, CEO, Vedanta, said,“We are delighted to appoint Ajayas CEO of our oil and gas business. Ajay has a deep understanding of our business and the markets we operate in. He is a dynamic and values-driven leader with an impressive track record of delivering consistent highquality performance in a safe and sustainable way. We are confident that he will play a stellar role in further increasing the operational efficiency and growth of our oil and gas business.We warmly thank Sudhir for all his contributions and wish him the very best in his future.”

Ajay said, “I have been closely watching and admiring Cairn’s spectacular performance and it is a privilege for me to lead this business. We will continue to investsystematically and bring in world-class technology to further strengthen our India exploration footprint. Our focus will remain on exploration and production in innovative and sustainable ways to support India’s vision of energy security and self-sufficiency.”

Cairn today produces approximately200,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day,which is about 25% of India’s crude production and has a vision to take up its contribution to 50%. The company has planned investments worth $3.5 billion over the next 3-4 years which will significantly ramp up its production.

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