Norwegian energy giant Equinor plans to elect two new board members at its corporate assembly meeting next month.
Jonathan Lewis joined Capita as chief executive in December 2017, having previously spent 30 years working for large multi-national companies in technology-enabled industries.
Mr Lewis came to Capita from Amec Foster Wheeler, where he was chief executive from 2016-2017.
Prior to this, he held a number of senior leadership positions at Halliburton, where he was employed in the period 1996 to 2016.
Mr Lewis has previously held several directorships within technology and the oil and gas industry and has an existing board membership with Heriot-Watt University, Industrial Advisory Board.
Nominee Anne Drinkwater was employed with BP in the period 1978 to 2012, holding a number of different leadership positions in the company.
In the period 2009 to 2012 she was chief executive officer of BP Canada.
A British citizen, she has extensive international experience, including being responsible for operations in the US, Norway, Indonesia, the Middle East and Africa.
In recent years she served on the board of Tullow Oil in England and Aker Solutions in Norway. She has now left these roles.
The election to Equinor’s board of directors takes place at the company’s corporate assembly meeting on June 5.