Michael A Chaney, AO
BSc, MBA, Hon LLD (UWA), FAICD
Term of office: Director since November 2005.
Chairman since July 2007.
Experience: 22 years with Wesfarmers Limited, including Managing Director and CEO from 1992 to 2005. Three years with investment bank Australian Industry Development Corporation (1980 to 1983), and prior to that eight years as a petroleum geologist working on the North West Shelf and in the USA and Indonesia. Previously a non-executive director of BHP Billiton Limited (1995 to 2005) and BHP Billiton Plc (2001 to 2005).
Committee membership: Chair of the Nominations Committee. Attends other Board committee meetings.
Chair: Gresham Partners Holdings Limited (director since 1985), International Education Advisory Council (since 2011) and National Australia Bank Limited (director since 2004)
Director: The Centre for Independent Studies Ltd (since 2000)
Chancellor: The University of Western Australia (since 2006)
Member: JP Morgan International Council (since 2005) and Prime Minister's Business Advisory Council (since 2013)
Peter J Coleman
CEO and Managing Director
Term of office: Director since May 2011.
Experience: 30 years in the global oil and gas business, including 27 years experience with the ExxonMobil group, culminating as Vice President Development Company, with responsibility for leading development and project work in Asia Pacific region. Appointed an Adjunct Professor in Corporate Strategy by the University of Western Australia in 2012.
Committee membership: Attends Board committee meetings.
Member: The University of Western Australia Business School Board (since 2011), Executive Committee of the Australia Japan Business Co-operation Council (since 2011)
Commissioner: West Australian Football Commission (since 2011)
Melinda A Cilento
BA, BEc (Hons), MEc
Term of office: Director since December 2008.
Experience: Significant public and private sector experience in economic policy development and analysis. Deputy Chief Executive (2006 to 2010) and Chief Economist (2002 to 2010) of the Business Council of Australia. Previously worked with County Investment Management (now Invesco) as Head of Economics, the Department of Treasury and the International Monetary Fund.
Committee membership: Member of the Human Resources & Compensation, Sustainability and Nominations Committees.
Director: Australian Unity Limited (since 2014)
Co-Chair: Reconciliation Australia Director (since 2010)
Councillor: Victorian Division of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Commissioner (part-time): Productivity Commission
Member: Advisory Panel of the Australian Scholarships Foundation, Australian Securities and Investments Commission External Advisory Panel (since 2013) and NAB Advisory Council on Corporate Responsibility (since 2013)
Frank C Cooper, AO
Term of office: Director since February 2013.
Experience: More than 35 years experience in corporate tax, specialising in the mining, energy and utilities sector, including most recently as a partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers. Director of Alinta Infrastructure Limited and Alinta Funds Management Limited (2005 to 2006).
Committee membership: Chair of the Audit & Risk, Member of the Human Resources & Compensation and Nominations Committees.
Chair: Insurance Commission of Western Australia, University of Western Australia Strategic Resources Committee and West Australian Football Commission
Member: Senate of the University of Western Australia, State Health Research Advisory Council and State Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
Christopher M Haynes, OBE
BSc, DPhil, CEng, FIMechE
Term of office: Director since June 2011.
Experience: 38 year career with Shell including as Executive Vice President, Upstream Major Projects within Shell’s Projects and Technology Business, General Manager of Shell’s operations in Syria and a secondment as Managing Director of Nigeria LNG Ltd. From 1999 to 2002 Dr Haynes was seconded to Woodside as General Manager of the North West Shelf Venture. Dr Haynes retired from Shell on 31 August 2011.
Committee membership: Member of the Audit and Risk, Sustainability and Nominations Committees.
Director: WorleyParsons Limited (since 2012)
Andrew Jamieson, OBE
F.R.Eng., C.Eng., F. Inst Chem E
Term of office: Director since February 2005.
Experience: Former Executive Vice President Gas and Projects of Shell Gas and Power International BV with more than 30 years experience with Shell in Europe, Australia and Africa. From 1997 to 1999 Dr Jamieson was seconded to Woodside as General Manager North West Shelf Venture. Retired from Shell in June 2009.
Committee membership: Chair of the Human Resources & Compensation Committee, Member of the Sustainability and Nominations Committees
Director: Hoegh LNG Holdings Ltd (since 2009) and Velocys PLC (since 2010)
Chair: Seven Energy International Limited (Director since 2011)
David I McEvoy
BSc (Physics), Grad Dip (Geophysics)
Term of office: Director since September 2005.
Experience: 34 year career with ExxonMobil involving extensive international exploration and development experience.
Committee membership: Chair of the Sustainability Committee. Member of the Audit & Risk and Nominations Committees.
Director: AWE Limited (since 2006)
Directorships of other listed entities within the past three years:
Acer Energy Limited (2002 to November 2012) and Po Valley Energy Ltd (2004 to May 2012)
PhD (Petroleum and Geophysics), BSc (Geophysics) (Hons 1), BSc (Geology)
Term of office: Director since December 2012.
Experience: More than 20 years experience in the oil and gas industry in various technical, operational and senior management positions, including 15 years with Schlumberger Limited. Currently a consultant for institutional investment firm Earnest Partners, having previously been responsible for research and portfolio management from 2007 until January 2014.
Committee membership: Member of the Audit & Risk, Sustainability and Nominations Committees
Director: Akastor ASA (since 2011)