Greg Leveille

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From SDSU to ConocoPhillips: Using Geology to Uncover Energy


Gregory P. Leveille
General Manager, ConocoPhillips
Non‐Conventional Resources

Thursday, November 7th, 2013
CSL 422 – 9:30am

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Gregory P. (Greg) Leveille is ConocoPhillips’ General Manager, Non‐Conventional Resources.

Leveille began his career with Conoco in 1984 in Lafayette, Louisiana, and has since lived and worked in New Orleans, London, Aberdeen, Houston, Anchorage, Farmington (New Mexico) and Singapore. During the first decade of his career, he held various exploration, development and operations geology assignments, working both in the United States and northwest Europe. Beginning in 1995, he held leadership positions in exploration, planning & portfolio management, asset management, project management, upstream technology, business management, operations and commercial. Before moving to his current role in May, 2011, Leveille was ConocoPhillips’ President, Global LNG and Asia‐Pacific Commercial.

Leveille was born in Pennsylvania in 1959. He earned bachelor and masters of science degrees in geology from San Diego State University. He has held leadership roles in several United Way fund raising campaigns, and is currently a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board for the University of Houston’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. He is also a past president of the Katy Youth Basketball Association, which provides recreational and competitive basketball experiences for over 2,500 children living on the west side of Houston.

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