Statoil Elects New Board
Statoil ASA's corporate assembly on Wednesday elected representatives of the owners and employees to the group's board of directors.
Jannik Lindbaek was re-elected as chair and Kaci Kullmann Five was re-elected as deputy chair.
Grace Reksten Skaugen, Ingrid Wiik, Knut Am, and Finn Hvistendahl were re-elected as directors, and Marit Arnstad was elected as a new director.
Lill Heidi Bakkerud and Morten Svaan were re-elected as employee-elected directors, while Claus Clausen was elected as a new employee-elected director.
All posts are for a period of two years.
Marit Arnstad (44) has since the turn of 2005/06 worked for the Schjodt law firm in Trondheim. She combined her job as a lawyer with boardroom work. She is chair of the board of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim (NTNU) and sits on the boards of NTE Nett and Aker Seafoods. Arnstad was a member of the Norwegian parliament in the periods 1993-97 and 2001-05. She was minister of petroleum and energy from 1997-2000.
Claus Clausen (51) is responsible for technical process systems on the Statfjord field in the North Sea. A qualified engineer from Bergen College of Engineering, he has been employed by Statoil since 1991. Clausen represents the Norwegian Society of Engineers (Nito), of which he has been deputy leader since 2003.
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