Board of Directors

Ms. Panada Kanokwat

Independent Director, Member of the Audit Committee and Member of the Corporate Governance Committee
Age : 69
Starting Date : Feb 12, 2016

Other Current Positions

  • April 2018 – Present Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited
  • April 2018 – Present Independent Director and member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Bank Public Company Limited
  • 2014 – Present Member of the Corporate Governance Committee, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited
  • 2008 – Present Independent Director, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited

Education

  • Master of Business Administration (Finance & Banking), North Texas State University, U.S.A.
  • Bachelor of Accounting, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University

Useful Past Experiences for PTTEP

  • 2017 – 3 April 2018 Member of the Corporate Governance Committee, Global Power Synergy Public Company Limited
  • 2014 – 3 April 2018 Independent Director and Member of the Audit Committee, Global Power Synergy Public Company Limited
  • 2014 – January 2018 Member of the Risk Management Sub-committee, The Government Pension Fund (GPF)
  • 2015 – 2017 Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee, Asia Biomass Public Company Limited
  • 2013 – 2014 Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited
  • 2013 – 2014 Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Bank Public Company Limited
  • 2008 – 2014 Independent Director and Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Bank Public Company Limited
  • 2011 – 2013 Chairman of the Audit Committee, TISCO Bank Public Company Limited
  • 2011 – 2013 Chairman of the Audit Committee, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited
  • 2009 – 2011 Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Bank Public Company Limited
  • 2009 – 2011 Member of the Audit Committee, TISCO Financial Group Public Company Limited

Vision for managing the company’s business

  • To direct PTTEP as Asia’s leading corporation in technological advancement and human resources in order to support the company’s long-term goal in securing growth and creating sustainable values
  • PTTEP, as PTT’s and national oil & gas exploration and production company, shall provide a reliable energy supply from both domestic and international sources as well as increasing exploration areas and production volume for Thailand to manage risks in energy reserve and investment. Moreover, the company shall be aware of the possible environmental impacts, related laws and regulations, and the dynamic economic environment.

Vision in performing duties that comply with Good Corporate Governance of PTTEP

With regards to PTTEP’s goal for sustainable growth, the business shall be operated under good citizenship and with care to all stakeholders which include the society and environment. The company should also ensure that all companies under PTTEP Group are strictly governed by its Corporate Governance Policy where all employees are responsible for adhering to honesty, equality, and transparency in order to create a sustainable value for the stakeholders. 

Outstanding Success and value added to PTTEP as Director

  • Knowledge and understanding in overall PTT Group’s operation
  • Knowledge, competency, and understanding in accountancy and finance of petroleum/ finance/ banking businesses
  • Adherence to honesty and integrity for the best benefits of stakeholders and organization, as well as cooperating with the management and employees under good governance policies

Training

  • ฺBoard Matters and Trends (BMT) 6/2018, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Anti-Corruption: Leadership Role of the Board, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Directors Certification Program Update (DCPU) 2/2014, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Risk Management Committee Program (RMP) 4/2014, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Anti-Corruption Focus Group (C-FG) 4/2013, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Anti-Corruption for Executive (ACEP) 8/2013, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Financial Institutions Governance Program (FGP) 2/2011, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Directors Certification Program (DCP) 113/2009, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Directors Accreditation Program (DAP) 75/2008, Thai Institute of Directors Association
  • Executive Program in Capital Market Academy Leadership Program (Class 2), Capital Market Academy
  • Executive Program in International Management, Stanford-National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Building, Leading & Sustaining the Innovation Organization, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), U.S.A.

% of shareholding : 0.00076

Family Relationship with Executives : No