Statoil Re-Elects Board

Norway's Statoil announced Wednesday that Svein Rennemo and Grace Reksten Skaugen have been re-elected chair and deputy chair of its board of directors.

Børge Brende, Bjørn Tore Godal, Maria Johanna Oudeman and Jakob Stausholm were re-elected as shareholder representatives to the board. Meanwhile, Catherine Hughes and James J. Mulva join the board as new shareholder representatives.

Mulva was president and CEO of ConocoPhillips from 2002 until his retirement in 2012.

Hughes previously worked for Nexen in Alberta, Canada, first as vice president for operational services, technology and human resources. Then, from 2012, she was executive vice president for activities outside Canada.

 



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