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ExxonMobil names new boss of fuels businessby Slavka Atanasova on Jul 10, 2016
Alan Kelly, president of ExxonMobil Fuels, Lubricants & Specialties Marketing Company, has announced his intention to retire effective Aug. 1, 2016, after more than 34 years of service.
It is anticipated that the board of directors of Exxon will appoint as his replacement and elect him as a vice president of the corporation. Milton is currently president of ExxonMobil Global Services Company.
Kelly, 59, was appointed president, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Petroleum Specialties Company, and elected as a vice president of the corporation effective December 1, 2007.
Kelly began his career with the company in 1981. He held a variety of positions in the U.K., the Netherlands, Japan and the United States, working in fuels and lubricants marketing, and in refinery logistics and supply operations. In 2001, he was appointed regional director, North America, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Petroleum Specialties Company.
Milton, 51, joined Exxon Chemical in 1986 at Fawley in the UK, where he worked in various plant and developmental engineering roles including assignments as operations manager and as plant manager. He also spent time in upstream natural gas commercial sales.
Milton held various leadership positions within ExxonMobil Chemical Company in Houston, Texas, and in 2004 was named managing director for ExxonMobil Aviation fuels, based near London, UK. A native of Scotland, Milton earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.
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