Ex-Shell exec goes to Woodside

Australian Woodside has appointed Ann Pickard as a non-executive director effective February 29, 2016. Pickard joins Woodside as an independent director.

Woodside Chairman Michael Chaney said that Ann Pickard had significant international business
experience.

“The directors are delighted that we have been able to attract a person of Ms Pickard’s background and experience to the company’s Board,” Chaney said.

On February 1, 2016 Pickard retired from Royal Dutch Shell, where she held numerous positions during her 15-year tenure with the company. Before her retirement from Shell, Pickard served as Executive Vice President, Arctic and was responsible for Shell’s Arctic exploration efforts.

This followed three years as Executive Vice President of Shell’s Exploration and Production business and Country Chair of Shell in Australia, and five years as Executive Vice President, Africa. Pickard joined Shell in 2000 after an 11-year tenure with Mobil prior to its merger with Exxon.

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Posted on February 29, 2016

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