Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc. Appoints Paula Harris to its Board of Directors

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Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc. (“Helix”) (NYSE: HLX) announced that its Board of Directors (the “Board”) has appointed Paula Harris as new director.

William L. Transier, Chairman of the Board, stated, “We are pleased to welcome Paula to the Helix Board of Directors. The wealth of experience she has will bring valuable perspectives to our Board. Helix remains committed to board refreshment and diversity initiatives, and the appointments of our new directors are the result of an extensive search process that began months ago.”

Ms. Harris, 58, currently is on the executive leadership team at the Houston Astros serving as Senior Vice President of Community and overseeing the Houston Astros Foundation. Ms. Harris has over 34 years of experience in international oilfield services with Schlumberger Limited (NYSE: SLB), most recently serving as Director of Global Stewardship from 2015 until her retirement in 2020.

Prior to such role at Schlumberger Ms. Harris served in a variety of roles of progressing leadership responsibility, initially having worked in field operations offshore before roles in training, sales and environmental-social sustainability, including leading the development and implementation of metrics-based, cost-efficient environmental programs tailored to meet the needs of stakeholders, communities and customers and aiding the delivery of the long-term sustainable development goals in carbon reduction, energy efficiency, increased green technology sales and increased female and minority employees.

Ms. Harris currently serves on the boards of directors of Hunting PLC (LSE: HTG), a manufacturer and provider of downhole metal tools and components to the oil and gas industry, and Chart Industries, Inc. (NYSE: GTLS), a global manufacturer of engineered equipment servicing multiple applications in the clean energy and industrial gas markets, as well as other privately held and non-profit boards. Ms. Harris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University and a Master of Education degree in technical instruction and learning from Abilene Christian University.


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