We are pleased to announce that Trond-Erik Johansen, President ConocoPhillips Europe & North Africa, will speak at Arctic Frontiers Policy 2016. Johansen joined ConocoPhillips in Stavanger, Norway in 1986 and has held a variety of petroleum engineering, project engineering and operations leadership positions in Stavanger, Aberdeen, New Orleans, Houston, Jakarta, Singapore and Anchorage.
In 2001, Johansen became general manager for drilling and production for the U.K., based in Aberdeen. In 2002, he returned to Norway to become operations manager for the Ekofisk field and later, general manager for the Greater Ekofisk Area. In 2005, he was named managing director for ConocoPhillips Norway.
In early 2007, Johansen moved to Jakarta as president of ConocoPhillips Indonesia, a position he held until April 2008, when he was named president, Asia Pacific Exploration & Production, based in Singapore. In 2010, he was named president, ConocoPhillips Alaska. He also serves on the board of IOGP (The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers).
Johansen has a Master of Science in petroleum engineering from the Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim (NTH) and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.