The Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions has added former Chevron executive Peter Robertson to its roster of leading energy professionals.
The 35-year Chevron veteran will serve as an independent senior advisor to Deloitte's oil and gas group, a move that enhances Deloitte's ability to provide exceptional service to its clients with timely perspective and insights from an internationally recognized executive known for his pragmatic leadership style and deep integrity.
"Peter served Chevron in executive-level positions for several decades, including more than five years as vice chairman," said Gary Adams, vice chairman and leader of Deloitte's oil and gas group. "His experience and guidance will help Deloitte increase our level of service to global petroleum clients as they continue to meet worldwide energy demand in an increasingly complex future."
Robertson is currently a non-executive director of Jacobs Engineering, UniversalPegasus International and an advisory director of Campbell-Lutyens. In addition, Robertson is co-chairman of the U.S. Saudi Arabian Business Council, chairman of the World Affairs Council of Northern California, vice chairman of board of the International House at the University of California, Berkeley and a director of the Washington D.C.-based Resources for the Future. He is also a past chairman of the U.S. Energy Association.
A native of Edinburgh, Scotland Robertson holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, where he was a Thouron Scholar.
"My long tenure at Chevron allowed me to play a part in some of the most pivotal events in our industry's modern history," said Robertson. "Now, at Deloitte, I can apply my experiences to a broad range of energy companies helping them to remain healthy, innovative and enthusiastic about the opportunities and challenges before them."
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