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CERAWeek 2015
Findings from the Future of Energy Leadership Panel Discussion

The market turbulence, high levels of M&A activity, and the ongoing challenges of public dialogue are testing the mettle of energy industry chairmen and chief executives who must chart a course forward and maintain high performance during uncertain times. To see how industry leaders are grappling with this task, Egon Zehnder convened a panel discussion on energy leadership at CERAWeek 2015, the industry’s premiere annual gathering.

The conversation was moderated by Carol SingletonSlade of Egon Zehnder and our panelists included leaders from across the Energy indudstry:

  • Greg Armstrong, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Plains All American Pipeline and Plains GP Holdings

  • Bob Dudley, Group Chief Executive at BP

  • Ryan Lance, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at ConocoPhillips

  • Al Monaco, President and Chief Executive Officer at Enbridge

  • Jack B. Moore, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer at Cameron International Corporation

 

Steven Goodman at CERAWeek 2015

 


 

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