Jonathan Evans

Jonathan Evans

Head of New Countries - Africa BP

Jonathan holds a Masters in Geological Sciences from Cambridge University and a PhD in shale geochemistry from Reading University in the UK. Following post-doctoral research at Strasbourg University in France, Jonathan joined BP in 1990 and spent ten years in technical geoscience roles within BP’s Exploration & Production businesses before moving to work in BP’s M&A and Strategy teams. 

In 2003 he became Commercial Director for the Grangemouth Refining and Petrochemicals Complex in Scotland. Between 2005-2009, Jonathan led BP’s Exploration businesses in India and Pakistan and then became General Manager for Oman with responsibility for the Khazzan tight gas project, now one of BP’s most important projects. In 2012 Jonathan was appointed BP’s VP for Global Access.  In this role he was responsible for all new upstream opportunities covering both conventional exploration and unconventional resources.  Following an assignment in BP’s Executive Office in London, he moved to become VP Exploration – Middle East in April 2016 and took up his current role as VP Africa New Ventures in February 2018.  In this role Jonathan is responsible for managing BP’s interests in São Tomé & Príncipe, Madagascar and Côte d'Ivoire.
 

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Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 15:15 To 15:55

11/06/2018 15:15 11/06/2018 15:55 West Africa: Lessons Learned Following the crash of the oil and gas market and a period of high uncertainty this session explores how companies can respond to periods of market volatility and transition as the market picks up. Our panellists explore and outline how their strategy and agility enabled them to cope in the market downturn whilst also outlining their vision for the West African oil and gas markets in the near future. Within this session leading figures outline their planning and cost-cutting methods to ensure their businesses remained insulated to the market dip and give valuable insights into their vision to transition into a more progressive market. CTICC

CTICC

"West Africa: Lessons Learned"

Cath Norman Fredrik Öhrn Jonathan Evans Moustapha Ould Bechir
Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 15:15 To 15:55

11/06/2018 15:15 11/06/2018 15:55 West Africa: Lessons Learned Following the crash of the oil and gas market and a period of high uncertainty this session explores how companies can respond to periods of market volatility and transition as the market picks up. Our panellists explore and outline how their strategy and agility enabled them to cope in the market downturn whilst also outlining their vision for the West African oil and gas markets in the near future. Within this session leading figures outline their planning and cost-cutting methods to ensure their businesses remained insulated to the market dip and give valuable insights into their vision to transition into a more progressive market. CTICC
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