06 May 2014
OTC Lunch 2014 with Mr. William Maloney: Statoil in North America
2014 Offshore Technology Conference Lunch Presentation In connection with the 
06 May 2014 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Export to Calendar 
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2014 Offshore Technology Conference
Lunch Presentation

In connection with the 2014 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC),
You are cordially invited to attend a lunch presentation by

Mr. William Maloney

Executive Vice President
Development and Production for North America
Statoil ASA

Statoil in North America

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To make your reservation, fill out the form linked below:
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RSVP by Friday, May 2, 2014

No-shows will be billed if not cancelled 48 hours before the event.

Mr. Maloney will discuss Statoil’s journey in North America and achievements to date including the company’s response to challenges facing the industry and his outlook for the future.

11:30 a.m.….Check-In/Cash Bar
12:15 p.m.….Lunch
1:00 p.m.…..Speaker and Program

Price per person: $60.00
Corporate Table: Requires a minimum reservation of 10 persons, but can be set for 11 or 12. Table will be placed up front by the stage.

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Mr. William “Bill” Maloney has been Executive Vice President of Development & Production for North America at Statoil ASA since January 1, 2011. Previously, Mr. Maloney served as Senior Vice President of Global Exploration in Statoil’s business area for international operations. Before joining Statoil in 2002, Mr. Maloney served as Vice President of Exploration and New Ventures in Texaco since 1995. Before this, he held various positions in Shell where he began his career in 1981. He holds an MS in Geology from Syracuse University.


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Established in 2005, the Statoil office in Houston manages Statoil’s portfolio in the U.S. including the onshore and offshore assets. Altogether, Statoil’s production in the U.S. amounts to 220 mboe/d and has increased significantly in the last three years.

Statoil’s activities in North America focus on deep-water exploration and production, shale and tight rock hydrocarbons and heavy oil. The office in Houston houses the majority of Statoil’s approximately 1000 employees in the U.S.