February 1999

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Report profiles energy boardrooms

A recent survey by executive search firm Spencer Stuart profiles 65 leading energy companies. The report compares these organizations' board practices to those of the companies in Standard & Poor's 50..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A recent survey by executive search firm Spencer Stuart profiles 65 leading energy companies. The report compares these organizations' board practices to those of the companies in Standard & Poor's 500. Significant findings of the profile show that: About 16% of energy companies have at least one non-U.S. director, a decrease from 18% in 1995. The majority of non-U.S. directors are from Canada and the UK. Germany, Finland and Portugal are also represented. In the S&P 500, 35% of directors come from outside the U.S. A total of 52% of the energy companies surveyed have at least one female board member, up from 43% in 1995. Overall, 6% of energy board seats are held by

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