ConocoPhillips Makes Upstream Senior Management Changes
ConocoPhillips on Monday announced changes in its Exploration and Production organization's senior management, all effective March 1.
Bill Bullock, currently president and general manager of ConocoPhillips Indonesia, has been named president, Middle East and North Africa. Bullock will report to Bill Berry, executive vice president, exploration and production—Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East and relocate to Doha, Qatar.
Trond-Erik Johansen, currently managing director Norway, has been named president and general manager of ConocoPhillips Indonesia, replacing Bullock. He will report to Jim McColgin, exploration and production president for Asia Pacific, and relocate to Jakarta.
Steinar Vaage, currently general manager Petrolera Ameriven, operator for the Hamaca heavy oil project in Venezuela, has been named managing director Norway, replacing Johansen. He will report to Paul Warwick, exploration and production president for Europe and West Africa, and relocate to Stavanger.
Joe Marushack, currently vice president, Alaska North Slope (ANS) gas development, has been named president, Australia, replacing Laura Sugg, who will repatriate to Houston. He will also report to McColgin and relocate to Perth.
Replacements for the Ameriven and ANS gas development positions will be named later.
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