New COO for Petro-Victory Energy
11 July 2023
Executive has long history in oil & gas industry
Petro-Victory Energy Corp., an energy company focused on the acquisition, development, and production of crude oil and natural gas resources in Brazil, has named Andre Naslausky chief operating officer.
Most recently, Naslausky served as the managing director of Maha Energy Brazil, an independent onshore oil and gas producer recently acquired by PetroReconcavo, where he successfully oversaw the company’s concession areas in Brazil, including the Tie field in the Reconcavo Basin and Tartaruga in Sergipe. In this role, he ensured the safe achievement of production targets, implemented effective oil and gas offtake strategies, and optimized capital expenditure to deliver the best OPEX/bbl. Additionally, Naslausky led efforts to enhance production operations and facilities, streamline E&P projects, and maximize productivity and capacity.
Prior to his tenure at Maha Energy, Naslausky served as a Senior Advisor at 3R Petroleum (3R Offshore), where he was responsible for production development and investment projects of substantial complexity and value. He played a pivotal role in structuring a new organization and project management office, as well as leading the technical evaluation and steering committee for the Albacora bid.
As operations director at DBO Energy, Naslausky partnered with 3R Petroleum in a joint venture focused on acquiring and operating mature offshore fields, driving efficiency, productivity, and returns. His responsibilities included asset due diligence, scouting cost efficiency opportunities, revenue modeling, bidding strategies, and more.
Earlier in his career, Naslausky served as the vice president of the Drilling Group for Schlumberger, overseeing drilling operations in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. During his tenure, he managed a workforce of 3,000 employees across various services, including major turnkey projects for Saudi Aramco.
He holds a master’s in Management for the oil and gas Industry from the Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University.