William “Bill” Maloney is currently on the Board of Directors of Trident Energy and ATX Energy. He also serves as an Energy Advisor to Warburg Pincus. Bill retired from Statoil (now Equinor) in 2015 where he was Executive Vice President, leading the Development and Production North America business area. In this capacity he played a key role in Statoil’s Corporate Executive Committee and was Statoil’s Senior Executive in North America.
Bill serves on AAPG’s Corporate Advisory Board and on the Energy Advisory Board for the University of Houston. Before retiring from Statoil, he served on the US National Petroleum Council and was a member of the board of API.
Bill previously held the position of Senior Vice President, Global Exploration (GEX) for Statoil from February 2002 until December 2008. In that role, he was responsible for all of Statoil's international exploration activity.
Prior to joining Statoil in February 2002, Bill was Vice President, Exploration & New Ventures for Texaco, based in London. Before that he served as Director of International E&P for Davis Petroleum from 1995-1996.
Bill began his career with Shell Oil Company in Houston in 1981. His first role was a Geologist in the Rocky Mountain Division. Over time, he took on positions of increasing responsibility in the US and international arena. Upon leaving Shell in 1995, he served as Region Manager for Latin America.
Bill attended Syracuse University where he received an MS in geology. He is an avid tennis player and still maintains an active interest in music.
He is now a Non-Executive Director of Trident Energy.
Wealth of experience
Trident Energy’s management has unrivalled experience in E&P, with a wealth of hands-on experience in every key role and discipline.
This directly informs our insights and decision-making. We are equally proud of the wealth of talent and experience we have attracted to support our operations, ranging from geoscientists and subsurface specialists to finance, project and HR management.