Anadarko Petroleum Corp. announced its board of directors named Mitchell W. Ingram to the newly created position of executive vice president, Global LNG, effective immediately.
"Mitch Ingram is a recognized leader in industry for his ability to advance large-scale LNG (liquefied natural gas) projects effectively, safely, and in collaboration with host governments and local communities," said Al Walker, Anadarko chairman, president and CEO. "His leadership, industry knowledge and track record of success will be additive to the strong organization we have built to advance the development of LNG in Mozambique and make this line of business an increasingly important part of Anadarko's future. As our board and executive committee evaluated how to best manage the company's growing global LNG position over the next decade, we concluded expanding our ranks to include a proven leader to manage this business platform would optimize our success. We look forward to adding Mitch's expertise, business acumen and perspective to the management of our company."
Ingram joins the following members of Anadarko's executive committee reporting to Walker: Bob Daniels, executive vice president, International and Deepwater Exploration, Bob Gwin, executive vice president, Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Darrell Hollek, executive vice president, US Onshore Exploration and Production, Jim Kleckner, executive vice president, International and Deepwater Operations, and Bobby Reeves, executive vice president, Law and Chief Administrative Officer.
Ingram has 28 years of experience in the oil and natural gas industry. Since 2006, Ingram has been with BG Group, where he served as a member of the company's executive committee in the role of executive vice president – Technical. Previously, he held positions of increasing responsibilities with the company's LNG project in Queensland Australia, where he was most recently the managing director of QGC. Prior to BG, Ingram was with Occidental Oil & Gas for 20 years, where he held several UK and international positions in project management, developments and operations. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Robert Gordon University and is a native of Scotland.
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