According to an internal press release Apache recently made significant changes to its leadership structure in an effort to facilitate future growth and development internationally.

Thomas E. Voytovich will assume the newly created position of Executive Vice President of International Operations. Voytovich served as Vice President and General Manager of Apache’s operations in Egypt since 2009.

Thomas M. Maher, currently Vice President and Managing Director of Apache’s operations in Australia, will assume the role of Vice President and General Manager of Apache’s Egypt operations.

Apache has enjoyed considerable success internationally adding 16 billion in global acquisitions since 2010. G. Steven Farris, Apache’s Chairman and CEO expressed optimism concerning the companies’ outlook for the future.  Farris stated, “Simply put, we are bigger, stronger and more diverse than ever as we head into 2013.”