ConocoPhillips Australia

Leadership

Paul Dubuisson Acting President – Australian West

Chris Wilson

President – Australia West

Chris began his career with ConocoPhillips in 1990 and worked for ten years in a variety of reservoir engineering roles around the UK and then internationally in Houston and Dubai.


In 2001 he returned to the UK to become the Regional Coordinator for Europe's Exploration and Production team prior to relocating to Houston to work as Director of Strategy in Upstream Strategy and Portfolio Management.

In 2005 Chris moved to Dubai to become Supervisor of the Fateh Development, working initially to lead the development program in the Fateh field and then to assist managing the transition of operatorship from ConocoPhillips to the Government of Dubai in 2007.

From there he moved to Alaska becoming Supervisor, Western North Slope Base accountable for development and production of the Alpine field and satellite developments Fiord, Nanuk and Qannik. He returned to the UK in 2009 working initially as J-Block Area Manager and then taking on the role of General Manager for ConocoPhillips Central North Sea.

Chris has a Master’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College, University of London, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Warwick King President – Australian East

Warwick King

President – Australia East

Warwick began his career with the company in 1983 as a Project Engineer in Aberdeen, Scotland. Following several engineering and project management roles in the North Sea, Houston and Russia, he became Production Manager for Conoco Energy Nigeria in 1997. In 1999, he moved to Houston as the Development Supervisor of the Central Lobo Asset before becoming Upstream Project Manager of the Zuata III heavy oil project in Venezuela in 2001.

With the merger of Conoco and Phillips in 2002, he was transferred to Strategy and Portfolio Management in Alaska. Following this, Warwick became the North Slope Development Manager responsible for the reservoir management and development of ConocoPhillips' North Slope operated assets. In 2011, Warwick relocated to Brisbane, Queensland to assume his current position.

Warwick received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Imperial College of Science and Technology in London.

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