Caroline Maury Devine was elected as a member of the board of directors at ConocoPhillips. She will serve on the audit and finance committee and the public policy committee of the board. Devine began her career by serving the US government for 15 years in positions on the White House Domestic Policy Staff, the US Embassy in Paris, and the Drug Enforcement Administration. In 1988, she joined Mobil Corp., and held various corporate positions responsible for shareholder relations and governance issues, as well as international government relations. She then served as president and managing director of a Norwegian affiliate of ExxonMobil from 1996 to 2000. Devine also serves on the boards of JBT Corp. and Valeo, as a member of the nominating committee of Petroleum Geo-Services, and member of Council on Foreign Relations. She previously served on the boards of Det Norske Veritas, FMC Technologies, and Technip, and is a former Fellow at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.