Andrew Gould of Schlumberger Named Petroleum
Executive of the Year for 2010
March 11, 2010 08:03 AM Eastern Time
NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Energy Intelligence announced today that Andrew Gould of
Schlumberger has been selected by top oil and gas executives to receive the 2010 Petroleum Executive of the
Year Award. The choice of Gould by his petroleum industry peers underscores the increasingly critical technical and
commercial contributions being made by oil-field service companies in tapping unconventional and other more
challenging oil and gas reserves. Under Gould’s leadership, Schlumberger has been at the forefront in this sector as a
critically important partner for both major international oil companies and state-owned firms around the globe. This
unique award will be presented at a gala at The Dorchester hotel in London on October 12th, the centerpiece of the
annual Oil & Money Conference, convened by the International Herald Tribune and Energy Intelligence.
Beginning his career at Schlumberger in 1975, Andrew Gould has been chairman and chief executive officer of
Schlumberger since February 2003. He previously served in other senior executive positions at the company.
Schlumberger is the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions
to companies working in the upstream oil and gas industry worldwide.
"The process by which the winner of this award is selected is particularly noteworthy and assures that the selection is
fully representative of the views of the industry," says Raja W. Sidawi, Chairman of Energy Intelligence.
Nominations for the award were solicited from the chief executives of over 100 of the world's largest energy firms.
The nominations were reviewed by previous winners of the award and a group of other senior executives, who made
the final selection.
Past winners of the Petroleum Executive of the Year Award include Christophe de Margerie of Total (2009),
Paolo Scaroni of Eni (2008), Abdulla al-Attiy