Falanx Group director Desmond Patrick Carr to retire
Mr. Carr retired as Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil Saudi Arabia Inc after eleven years in the Kingdom. He has forty years of international commercial experience overseeing large capital projects requiring alignment of the interests of investors, governments, international finance agencies and NGOs.
In 1981 he joined the heritage Exxon organization in London and subsequently held positions of increasing responsibility in the UK, United States, and the Netherlands which included Department Head, Upstream and Development Planning for Esso Exploration & Production UK in London, and then Managing Director, Esso Exploration & Production Nigeria in Lagos.
Prior to joining Exxon, Mr. Carr worked for the World Bank as a Ministerial Advisor in Cairo, Egypt and was also a partner in a Rome-based specialist water resources engineering firm with Middle East project responsibilities as well as in Africa, South America and the Far East.
Mr. Carr holds a First Class Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Surrey, UK, and a Master of Science degree from Imperial College, London, in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering. ■
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