DUKE ENERGY NAMES JULIE DILL TO LEAD INVESTOR AND SHAREHOLDER RELATIONS
Dill will replace Greg Ebel on
“Julie Dill has extensive operational experience in the energy industry and a strong financial background – a combination that will make her an excellent resource for investors seeking to understand our business,” said Duke Energy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Paul Anderson.
“She is also committed to open and transparent communications, which she demonstrated in
As executive vice president, Asia Pacific, for Duke Energy International (DEI), Dill was responsible for running the company’s gas pipelines and power generation in the region. She served in that role from June 2001 until those assets were sold in April 2004. Previously Dill served as senior vice president of planning and finance and chief financial officer for DEI. In that role she was responsible for economic and strategic analysis, planning and all aspects of financing and management accounting and reporting.
Before joining DEI in 1998, Dill was financial director for Equilon Transportation, a joint venture between Shell Oil Co. and Texaco Inc. that at the time was the largest petroleum pipeline system in the
Dill received a bachelor of business administration degree in finance from
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