After more than 32 years at Marathon Oil Corp. (NYSE: MRO), Thomas Sneed, vice president and chief information officer of the Houston-based company, will retire on Sept. 1.
“Under Tom’s able leadership, Marathon Oil’s information management systems have continued to evolve in the face of an extraordinarily dynamic information technology environment that poses both substantial opportunities and challenges to our company,” Marathon Oil President and CEO Clarence Cazalot Jr. said in a statement.
On June 17, Bruce McCullough will take over for Sneed, who will stay on as vice president of IT services until September to facilitate the transition. McCullough served as director of global business systems at the Woodlands-based Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC) before accepting the position.
“We are pleased to welcome Bruce McCullough to Marathon Oil and we look forward to benefiting from his deep technical skills and leadership experience,” Janet Clark, executive vice president and CFO for Marathon, said in a statement.
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Marathon Oil was the Houston area’s ninth-largest company last year with 2011 revenue of $15.3 billion for the year, according to the Houston Business Journal’s annual list of the largest public companies in the region.
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Date: Jun 7, 2013