ConocoPhillips Releases Names Of New Phillips 66 Executives

By Houston Business Journal

ConocoPhillips released on Wednesday more names of new executive management team members of its spin-off refining and marketing company, Phillips 66.

Greg Garland, designated chairman and chief executive officer of Phillips 66, has named three additional executives.

Greg Maxwell will be chief financial officer. He currently serves as senior vice president, chief financial officer and controller of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company.

Tim Taylor will lead commercial, marketing, transportation and business development for Phillips 66. Taylor recently announced his retirement as chief operating officer for Chevron Phillips Chemical.

Chantal Veevaete will lead human resources for Phillips 66. Veevaete is currently vice president, human resources for Chevron Phillips Chemical. Prior to her current role, Veevaete was vice president, human resources, for the Accredo division of Medco Health Solutions.

Taylor will join ConocoPhillips in January 2012 and Maxwell and Veevaete will join the company in February 2012.

In July, Houston-based ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) announced it would split itself into two publicly traded companies, separating its exploration and production unit from the refining and marketing segment in a tax-free transaction. The split is expected to be complete in May 2012.

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