Jim Mulva has served as ConocoPhillips’ CEO since Phillips merged with Conoco in 2002. Mulva had previously worked for Phillips, starting in 1973 after serving in the U.S. Navy. Mulva obtained a M.A. in business administration finance in 1969 before entering the service.
In the last fiscal year, Mulva was compensated $11.16 million and holds over $170 million in his company’s stock. He has made over $95 million in the last five years.
Mulva also serves on the Board of Directors for General Electric, and from 2005-2006 was the Chairman of the American Petroleum Institute, a key opposition hub to clean energy and global warming legislation.