February 2010 Vol. 237 No. 2

Business Meetings & Events

ConocoPhillips Alaska President Killed, Employee Missing in Accident

ConocoPhillips Alaska president Jim Bowles was killed in an avalanche on Feb. 13 that struck him and missing Conoco employee Alan Gage while the two were snow machining on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva said, “Jim Bowles has led our Alaska organization and its some 900 employees since late 2004 and presided over a number of developments that ensured our company’s place and standing in Alaska and will serve as a legacy to his leadership as we go forward. “Alan Gage is a respected member of our capital projects organization and has been a ConocoPhillips employee since 2006. We are hopeful the search for him can resume soon. “

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