Phillips 66 appoints new general manager of lubricants

Phillips 66 Lubricants, one of the largest finished lubricants suppliers in North America, recently announced that Ann Oglesby, a 25-year veteran of the oil and natural gas industry who most recently served as Phillips 66's vice president, Communications and Public Affairs, has been named the new general manager of Phillips 66 Lubricants.

"I'm honored to have this opportunity and look forward to continuing our strong commitment of providing our customers with trusted and proven lubricants," said Oglesby. "Together with our employees and customers, I will work tirelessly to ensure Phillips 66 remains the valued industry leader it is today in the Lubricants industry."

After 11 years in the division's top role, Tom Liberti will transition into a different leadership role within the company.

"Phillips 66 has been successful in the Lubricants and Base Oil businesses in large part due to the exceptional customers and suppliers, as well as talented employees, that I have had the pleasure to work with over the last decade," said Liberti. "I am excited about the future of our business under Ann's leadership. She's the right person to grow Phillips 66 Lubricants to the heights we envision."

Before assuming her current role in March 2013, Oglesby was vice president, Communications & Public Affairs for Phillips 66. She served in that same capacity for ConocoPhillips from 2010 to 2012. In her tenure with ConocoPhillips, she was general manager, Corporate Planning & Strategy from 2009 to 2010; manager, Climate Change and Sustainable Development from 2007 to 2009; president, Specialty Products from 2004 to 2007; and manager, Emerging Technology from 2001 to 2004.

Oglesby began her oil industry career in 1987 with Mobil Corporation where she served in various engineering, supply, business development and planning positions focused on petrochemicals.

Oglesby currently serves as the Phillips 66 executive liaison for Oklahoma State University. She is also a member of the executive advisory council for the Women's Energy Network.

Originally from Fort Smith, Ark., Oglesby earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Oklahoma State University in 1987.

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