The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) Board of Directors has elected Paul Danos as vice chairman for the 2021-2022 term. Paul and elected Chairman
Tim Duncan, CEO of Talos Energy, were confirmed in their positions during a virtual NOIA Board of Directors meeting on April 14.
NOIA President Erik Milito said, "The offshore industry continuously lifts society in so many ways. The leadership from Tim and Paul will help NOIA continue to advocate successfully for the promise of American offshore energy. Our industry delivers energy, jobs and growth in a way that drives innovation and emissions reductions efforts. As the world returns to normalcy, the need for safety and reliably-produced oil and natural gas and wind energy has never been greater."
NOIA Chairman Tim Duncan said, “I look forward to working with Erik, Paul and the NOIA team in advancing our mission of educating and advocating for safe,
affordable and reliable offshore energy. Whether in oil, natural gas or wind, NOIA member companies play a critical role in our country’s energy security,
job creation and environmental stewardship. I look forward to telling our story at such a critical time.”
NOIA Vice Chairman Paul Danos said, “The offshore energy industry is a people industry, and I look forward to working with the NOIA membership to ensure offshore energy continues to provide great jobs, energy security and technological innovation in an environmentally sustainable way.”
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The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) represents and advances a dynamic and growing offshore energy industry, providing solutions that support communities and protect our workers, the public and our environment.