In early August, Ørsted Onshore Chief Executive Declan Flanagan announced his resignation.
Since then, Neil O’Donovan, onshore chief operating officer and senior vice president, has acted as interim CEO for the onshore unit. After a "thorough recruitment process" involving both internal and external candidates, Ørsted has come to the conclusion that O’Donovan is the "best candidate for the permanent position as executive vice president and CEO of Onshore".
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