D.E. Wallette, Jr

ConocoPhillips

Executive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning

Overview

D.E. Wallette, Jr made an average of $8M in compensation at ConocoPhillips between 2012 and 2013.

Annual data

2013

In 2013, D.E. Wallette, Jr earned a total compensation of $8.8M as Executive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning at ConocoPhillips.

Ranking533 out of 12,009
Percentile95.6%

D.E. Wallette, Jr's 2013 compensation ranked 533rd out of 12,009 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Wallette earned more than 95.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking9 out of 50
Percentile82.0%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Wallette's pay ranked 9th out of 50 executive pay records tracked by us in 2013.

Wallette earned more than 82.0% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,830,080
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,260,717
Option Awards$1,272,150
Salary$814,050
Stock Awards$1,747,530
Other$857,701
Total$8,782,228

Wallette received $2.8M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, which accounts for 32.23% of total compensation.

Wallette also received $1.3M in non-equity incentive plan, $1.3M in option awards, $814.1K in salary, $1.7M in stock awards and $857.7K in other compensation.

2012

In 2012, D.E. Wallette, Jr earned a total compensation of $7.2M as Executive Vice President, Commercial, Business Development & Corporate Planning at ConocoPhillips.

Ranking708 out of 11,067
Percentile93.6%

D.E. Wallette, Jr's 2012 compensation ranked 708th out of 11,067 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

Wallette earned more than 93.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

Industry groupPetroleum Refining
Ranking16 out of 54
Percentile70.4%

In the industry group of Petroleum Refining, Wallette's pay ranked 16th out of 54 executive pay records tracked by us in 2012.

Wallette earned more than 70.4% of executives in this group.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$1,777,876
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$823,513
Option Awards$516,201
Salary$617,150
Stock Awards$2,725,364
Other$776,532
Total$7,236,636

Wallette received $2.7M in stock awards, which accounts for 37.66% of total compensation.

Wallette also received $1.8M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $823.5K in non-equity incentive plan, $516.2K in option awards, $617.2K in salary and $776.5K in other compensation.