Mark J. Nolan

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Mark J. Nolan (who is commonly referred to as Mark Nolan) is the Chairman of the ExxonMobil group of companies in Australia, subsidiaries of the US-based ExxonMobil.

A biographical note states that he "graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1975 with a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Mr Nolan joined Esso Australia Ltd in 1978, and held various engineering and operations assignments in Sale, Sydney and Long Island Point. In 1992 he became General Manager, Employee Relations based in Melbourne. In 1994 Mr Nolan transferred to the United States to Exxon Company, International; in May 1996 was promoted to Production Manager of the New Orleans Production Organisation, responsible for Exxon's offshore Gulf of Mexico operations and onshore operations in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. In 1998 Mr Nolan returned to Melbourne where he took up the position of Production Operations Manager. In 1999 Mr Nolan was appointed to the position Director, Esso Australia Ltd and Director, Delhi Petroleum Pty Ltd. After the merger with Mobil in December 1999, Mr Nolan became Production Operations Director of Esso Australia Pty Ltd, and Director Mobil Exploration and Producing Australia Pty Ltd. In June 2004 Mark Nolan was appointed Chairman of the ExxonMobil group of companies in Australia. Mr Nolan is a Board member of the Lord Mayor's Charitable Fund (Melbourne)."[1]

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