ConocoPhillips makes senior management changes

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 7 -- ConocoPhillips has made changes to its exploration and production senior management team, all effective Dec. 1.

Kevin Meyers, president, Russia and Caspian region, will become president, ConocoPhillips Canada. He succeeds Brent Smolik, who left the company. Meyers will relocate to Calgary.

Don Wallette, vice-president, Shtokman project, will become president, Russia and Caspian region, succeeding Meyers. Wallette will continue to be located in Moscow.

Paul Warwick, president, Middle East and North Africa, will become president, Europe and West Africa. Warwick will relocate to Tananger, Norway. His successor will be named later, ConocoPhillips said.

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