Changes in Equinor’s Corporate Executive Committee
Executive vice president for Technology, Digital & Innovation (TDI) Carri Lockhart has decided to resign from Equinor to return to the US.
“I thank Carri for her contributions in the CEC, her effort to establish the TDI business area and her commitment to develop Equinor’s technology agenda. I wish her all the best in future,” says CEO Anders Opedal.
Carri Lockhart will step out of the Corporate Executive Committee (CEC) on 22 March 2022 and will be available for the company to secure a good handover until 30 June 2022.
Senior vice president Elisabeth Birkeland Kvalheim has been appointed acting executive vice president for TDI, effective today.
Lockhart joined Equinor in 2016 and has held several senior leadership roles in Norway and the US before joining the CEC on 1 June 2021.
The process to appoint the new executive vice president for TDI has been initiated and will be communicated when concluded.
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