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American Electric Technologies Inc. (AETI), a global supplier of power delivery solutions for the energy industry, has announced that Frances Powell Hawes, AETI's chief financial officer (CFO), has resigned from the company to pursue other opportunities. Hawes' last day of employment will be Sept. 7.

Charles Dauber, AETI president and CEO says, "We appreciate Frances' efforts in her time here and wish her well."

Preng & Associates, an executive search firm specializing in the energy and natural resources industries with offices in Houston and London, has been retained to conduct the search for a new CFO.

"I am confident that we will quickly find the best candidate to support our global growth initiatives," adds Dauber.





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