President Asia Pacific and Middle East, ConocoPhillips
Joseph P. (Joe) Marushack is president, Asia Pacific and Middle East. He began his career with Phillips Petroleum Company in 1982 as a staff engineer in Casper, Wyo. He has held numerous operating and commercial leadership roles in upstream, refining, treasury and planning groups. In 2000, he was named vice president gas development of Phillips Alaska, a position he continued in after the Conoco and Phillips merger in 2002.
In February 2007, he was named president, ConocoPhillips Australia. Operations managed included the company’s Darwin LNG facility, Bayu-Undan operations and development activities, Browse Exploration, Sunrise Development and the Queensland coal bed methane and Australia Pacific LNG.
In May 2010, Marushack was named president, ConocoPhillips Canada. There he managed the company’s conventional and oil sands assets, and the move towards liquids-rich plays and Arctic development. In June 2012, Marushack assumed his current role managing a diverse portfolio including the company’s Australian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Chinese, Vietnamese and Qatari assets.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Wyoming in Laramie and a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.
See Joe’s Energy Conference presentation below.[gview file=”http://aacc-houston.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/PC-Joe-Marushack-2014-Australian-American-Chamber-of-Energy-Conference-F….pptx”]