Year of birth: 1960.
Professional address: BP Alternative Energy – 1101 New York Avenue NW – Washington, DC, 20005 (United States).
Principal function: Executive Vice President BP.
End of current mandate: AGM 2014 (appointed on 22 June 2010).
Member of the Ethics, Compliance and Sustainability Committee.
Holds 500 shares.
Other current directorships and positions:
In foreign countries:
Member of the Advisory Council of the American Center of Renewable Energy.
Past directorships (held during the past five years):
In foreign countries:
Chief Executive Officer and Group Vice President BP Alternative Energy (2009 – 2013);
Chief Operating Officer and Group Vice President BP Alternative Energy (2008 – 2009);
Group Vice President BP Integrated Supply and Trading (2006 – 2008);
Member of the Board of Directors (Non-Executive Director) of Hydrogen Energy International Limited (2008 – 2009).
Since 1 May 2013 Mrs. Katrina Landis assumes the role of BP Executive Vice President. Her portfolio of businesses is expanded to include BP Shipping, Integrated Supply and Trading, Group Technology, and Remediation Management, in addition to Alternative Energy Division of which she was the Chief Executive Officer since 2009.
Mrs. Katrina Landis joined BP Alternative Energy as Group Vice President in 2008 and was appointed CEO of the division in 2009. Prior to that she served in a variety of senior roles as the Chief Operating Officer of BP Alternative Energy from 2008 to 2009, Group Vice President of BP Integrated Supply and Trading from 2007 to 2008, and Chief Executive Officer of BP Integrated Supply and Trading – Oils America from 2003 to 2006. Before joining the BP Group in 1992, Mrs. Katrina Landis owned and operated a consulting company.
Mrs. Katrina Landis serves on Earth Day Network’s Global Advisory Committee for the “Women and the Green Economy”® programme, and was named as an Ambassador to the U.S. Department of Energy’s U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment. She holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Mary Washington and a degree in Computer Science from the University of Alaska. In addition, she has received executive level MBA training at the University of Michigan and Stanford.