ConocoPhillips

Industry group: Petroleum Refining

Headquarters: Texas

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at ConocoPhillips

Annual data

2018

On April 1, 2019, ConocoPhillips reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$23,406,270
Donald E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice Presidentand CFO$10,272,497
Matthew J. FoxExecutive Vice Presidentand COO$9,394,458
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Production, Drilling & Projects$12,970,551
Kelly B. RoseSenior Vice President, Legal, General Counsel , & Corporate Secretary$4,407,016
J.L. Carrig retiredSenior Vice President, Legal, General Counsel , & Corporate Secretary$7,144,185

Ryan M. Lance — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $23,406,270 in total.

In addition, Alan J. Hirshberg — Executive Vice President, Production, Drilling & Projects — received a total compensation of $12,970,551; Donald E. Wallette, Jr received $10,272,497; Matthew J. Fox received $9,394,458; J.L. Carrig retired received $7,144,185; Kelly B. Rose received $4,407,016.

The company's median employee pay was $163,817.

2017

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$21,848,930
Donald E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice Presidentand CFO$9,498,081
Matthew J. FoxExecutive Vice Presidentand COO$9,946,434
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Production, Drilling & Projects$9,632,808
J.L. Carrig retiredSenior Vice President, Legal, General Counsel , & Corporate Secretary$4,685,880

Ryan M. Lance — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $21,848,930 in total.

In addition, Matthew J. Fox — Executive Vice Presidentand COO — received a total compensation of $9,946,434; Alan J. Hirshberg received $9,632,808; Donald E. Wallette, Jr received $9,498,081; J.L. Carrig retired received $4,685,880.

2016

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$19,212,038
Donald E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice Presidentand CFO$7,406,824
Matthew J. FoxExecutive Vice Presidentand COO$8,330,391
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Production, Drilling & Projects$9,468,653
J.L. Carrig retiredSenior Vice President, Legal, General Counsel , & Corporate Secretary$4,040,550

Ryan M. Lance — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $19,212,038 in total.

In addition, Alan J. Hirshberg — Executive Vice President, Production, Drilling & Projects — received a total compensation of $9,468,653; Matthew J. Fox received $8,330,391; Donald E. Wallette, Jr received $7,406,824; J.L. Carrig retired received $4,040,550.

2013

On March 28, 2014, ConocoPhillips reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2013.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$23,437,415
Jeffrey W. SheetsExecutive Vice President, Finance, and CFO$7,229,520
Matthew J. FoxExecutive Vice President, Exploration & Production$9,015,413
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Technology & Projects$6,795,286
D.E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning$8,782,228

Ryan M. Lance — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $23,437,415 in total.

In addition, Matthew J. Fox — Executive Vice President, Exploration & Production — received a total compensation of $9,015,413; D.E. Wallette, Jr received $8,782,228; Jeffrey W. Sheets received $7,229,520; Alan J. Hirshberg received $6,795,286.

2012

On March 28, 2013, ConocoPhillips reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2012.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO retired$11,979,488
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$19,287,218
Donald E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning$7,236,636
Jeffrey W. SheetsExecutive Vice President, Finance, and CFO$6,999,924
W.C.W. ChiangSenior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial retired$5,942,324
Matthew J. FoxExecutive Vice President, Exploration & Production$15,825,162
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Technology & Projects$7,955,193
D.E. Wallette, JrExecutive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning$7,236,636

Ryan M. Lance — Chairman and CEO — received the highest compensation: $19,287,218 in total.

In addition, Matthew J. Fox — Executive Vice President, Exploration & Production — received a total compensation of $15,825,162; James J. Mulva received $11,979,488; Alan J. Hirshberg received $7,955,193; Donald E. Wallette, Jr received $7,236,636; D.E. Wallette, Jr received $7,236,636; Jeffrey W. Sheets received $6,999,924; W.C.W. Chiang received $5,942,324.

2011

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO retired$27,713,594
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$5,915,451
Jeffrey W. SheetsExecutive Vice President, Finance, and CFO$5,145,705
W.C.W. ChiangSenior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial retired$4,502,698
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Technology & Projects$9,934,084
John A. CarrigPresident retired$7,243,481
Greg C. GarlandSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production, Americas$6,001,435
Al J. HirshbergSenior Vice President, Planning and Strategy$9,934,084
Jeff W. SheetsSenior Vice President, Finance, and CFO$5,145,705

James J. Mulva — Chairman & CEO retired — received the highest compensation: $27,713,594 in total.

In addition, Alan J. Hirshberg — Executive Vice President, Technology & Projects — received a total compensation of $9,934,084; Al J. Hirshberg received $9,934,084; John A. Carrig received $7,243,481; Greg C. Garland received $6,001,435; Ryan M. Lance received $5,915,451; Jeffrey W. Sheets received $5,145,705; Jeff W. Sheets received $5,145,705; W.C.W. Chiang received $4,502,698.

2010

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Ryan M. LanceChairman and CEO$4,767,088
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO retired$17,932,895
Jeffrey W. SheetsExecutive Vice President, Finance, and CFO$3,321,080
Alan J. HirshbergExecutive Vice President, Technology & Projects$14,890,170
W.C.W. ChiangSenior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial retired$4,133,987
John A. CarrigPresident retired$14,357,233
Greg C. GarlandSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production, Americas$5,296,781
Al J. HirshbergSenior Vice President, Planning and Strategy$14,890,170
Jeff W. SheetsSenior Vice President, Finance, and CFO$3,321,080
Sigmund L. CorneliusSenior Vice President retired$4,919,979

James J. Mulva — Chairman & CEO retired — received the highest compensation: $17,932,895 in total.

In addition, Alan J. Hirshberg — Executive Vice President, Technology & Projects — received a total compensation of $14,890,170; Al J. Hirshberg received $14,890,170; John A. Carrig received $14,357,233; Greg C. Garland received $5,296,781; Sigmund L. Cornelius received $4,919,979; Ryan M. Lance received $4,767,088; W.C.W. Chiang received $4,133,987; Jeffrey W. Sheets received $3,321,080; Jeff W. Sheets received $3,321,080.

2009

On March 30, 2010, ConocoPhillips reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2009.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Kevin O. MeyersSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production Americas$4,417,830
James L. GalloglyExecutive Vice President, Exploration and Production$5,251,839
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO$14,388,661
John A. CarrigPresident retired$12,297,171
Ryan M. LanceSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production, International$4,037,665
Jeff W. SheetsSenior Vice President, Finance, and CFO$2,501,078
W.C.W. ChiangSenior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial$3,110,357
Sigmund L. CorneliusSenior Vice President retired$4,388,521

James J. Mulva — Chairman & CEO — received the highest compensation: $14,388,661 in total.

In addition, John A. Carrig — President retired — received a total compensation of $12,297,171; James L. Gallogly received $5,251,839; Kevin O. Meyers received $4,417,830; Sigmund L. Cornelius received $4,388,521; Ryan M. Lance received $4,037,665; W.C.W. Chiang received $3,110,357; Jeff W. Sheets received $2,501,078.

2008

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Kevin O. MeyersSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production Americas$4,691,478
James L. GalloglyExecutive Vice President, Exploration and Production$8,461,124
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO$24,405,552
John A. CarrigPresident retired$11,497,256
W.C.W. ChiangSenior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial$2,527,333
Ryan M. LanceSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production- International$3,319,911
Jeff W. SheetsSenior Vice President, Finance, and CFO$2,001,783
Sigmund L. CorneliusSenior Vice President retired$3,667,390

James J. Mulva — Chairman & CEO — received the highest compensation: $24,405,552 in total.

In addition, John A. Carrig — President retired — received a total compensation of $11,497,256; James L. Gallogly received $8,461,124; Kevin O. Meyers received $4,691,478; Sigmund L. Cornelius received $3,667,390; Ryan M. Lance received $3,319,911; W.C.W. Chiang received $2,527,333; Jeff W. Sheets received $2,001,783.

2007

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James J. MulvaChairman & CEO$16,822,880
John A. CarrigPresident & COO$6,413,323
Sigmund L. CorneliusSenior Vice President, Finance, and CFO$3,996,013
Ryan M. LanceSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production International$2,869,156
Kevin O. MeyersSenior Vice President, Exploration & Production Americas$4,030,952
James L. GalloglyExecutive Vice President, Exploration and Production$6,631,971

James J. Mulva — Chairman & CEO — received the highest compensation: $16,822,880 in total.

In addition, James L. Gallogly — Executive Vice President, Exploration and Production — received a total compensation of $6,631,971; John A. Carrig received $6,413,323; Kevin O. Meyers received $4,030,952; Sigmund L. Cornelius received $3,996,013; Ryan M. Lance received $2,869,156.

2006

On April 2, 2007, ConocoPhillips reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2006.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
James J. MulvaChairman, CEO President$43,444,024
John A. CarrigExecutive Vice President, Finance & CFO$11,682,435
James L. GalloglyExecutive Vice President, Marketing and Transportation$4,169,688
Randy L. LimbacherExecutive Vice President, Exploration and Production$4,562,861
William B. BerryExecutive Vice President, Exploration and Production$5,790,641
Jim W. NokesExecutive Vice President$5,831,403

James J. Mulva — Chairman, CEO President — received the highest compensation: $43,444,024 in total.

In addition, John A. Carrig — Executive Vice President, Finance & CFO — received a total compensation of $11,682,435; Jim W. Nokes received $5,831,403; William B. Berry received $5,790,641; Randy L. Limbacher received $4,562,861; James L. Gallogly received $4,169,688.