Clarence P. Cazalot Jr.

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The president and CEO of Marathon Oil Corp. and a member of its board. Cazalot Jr. joined the company in 2000 after working as vice president of Texaco Inc.



Cazalot began his career with Texaco in 1972 as a geophysicist and achieved increasingly responsible management positions, including becoming president of Texaco's Latin America/West Africa Division and president of Texaco Exploration and Production Inc.

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Born in New Orleans in 1951, Cazalot earned his Bachelor of Science in geology from Louisiana State University. He is a member of the boards of Baker Hughes, the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council, the American Petroleum Institute and the Greater Houston Partnership.

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