James J. Mulva

2011

In 2011, James J. Mulva earned a total compensation of $27.7M as Chairman & CEO retired at ConocoPhillips, a 55% increase compared to previous year.

Compensation breakdown

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$8,533,648
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$3,543,750
Option Awards$6,487,950
Salary$1,500,000
Stock Awards$7,384,724
Other$263,522
Total$27,713,594

Mulva received $8.5M of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, accounting for 30.79% of the total pay in 2011.

Mulva also received $3.5M in non-equity incentive plan, $6.5M in option awards, $1.5M in salary, $7.4M in stock awards and $263.5K in other compensation.

Rankings

In 2011, James J. Mulva's compensation ranked 38th out of 10,572 executives tracked by ExecPay. In other words, Mulva earned more than 99.6% of executives.

ClassificationRankingPercentile
All
38
out of 10,572
100th
Division
Manufacturing
10
out of 3,899
100th
Major group
Petroleum Refining And Related Industries
1
out of 41
98th
Industry group
Petroleum Refining
1
out of 39
97th
Industry
Petroleum Refining
1
out of 39
97th
Source: SEC filing on March 28, 2013.

Mulva's colleagues

We found eight more compensation records of executives who worked with James J. Mulva at ConocoPhillips in 2011.

2011

Alan Hirshberg

ConocoPhillips

Executive Vice President, Technology & Projects

2011

Al Hirshberg

ConocoPhillips

Senior Vice President, Planning and Strategy

2011

John Carrig

ConocoPhillips

President retired

2011

Greg Garland

ConocoPhillips

Senior Vice President, Exploration & Production, Americas

2011

Ryan Lance

ConocoPhillips

Chief Executive Officer

2011

Jeffrey Sheets

ConocoPhillips

Chief Financial Officer

2011

Jeff Sheets

ConocoPhillips

Chief Financial Officer

2011

WCW Chiang

ConocoPhillips

Senior Vice President, Refining, Marketing, Transportation & Commercial retired

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