TEL AVIV, Nov 19 (Reuters) -
* Israel’s Oil Refineries said on Sunday its chief executive officer Avner Maimon submitted his resignation after a little more than two years in the post.
* His resignation will take effect no later than Feb. 28, 2018, Israel’s largest refinery said.
* “In the past two years the company has undergone investments and complex renovations ... transitioning to a good strong profitability and a reduction in the company’s impact on the environment despite the difficult regulatory environment,” Maimon said.
* The company and Maimon, who became CEO in September 2015, did not provide further details.
* Oil Refineries is controlled by conglomerate Israel Corp. . (Reporting by Tova Cohen)