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Profile: Philip J. Carroll

 
  

Positions that Philip J. Carroll has held:

  • Chief adviser to Iraq's Oil Ministry


 

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Quote, June 2003

   “Most of the companies have been thinking about Iraq for many years, and I mean many years, because of the obvious potential of the resource base. There will be, I'm sure, a great deal of interest to begin discussions at as early a date as possible with the Iraqis.” [Washington Post, 6/5/03]

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Philip J. Carroll actively participated in the following events:

 
  

Fall 2002      Events Leading to Iraq Invasion

       The Bush administration picks Philip Carroll, a former CEO of Royal Dutch/Shell's US division, to advise post-Saddam Iraq's oil ministry. [Harpers Magazine, 4/05, pp 74-76]
People and organizations involved: Philip J. Carroll
          

May 16, 2003      Events Leading to Iraq Invasion

       Philip Carroll, the chief advisor to the new Iraqi government's oil ministry, tells the Washington Post that Iraq might end its membership in OPEC. “[Iraqis] have from time to time, because of compelling national interest, elected to opt out of the quota system and pursue their own path.... [The new Iraqi government] may elect to do that same thing.” But Carroll later tells investigative reporter Greg Palast that he personally would not have supported privatization. “Nobody in their right mind would have thought of doing that,” he later explains. [Washington Post, 5/17/03, pp E01]
People and organizations involved: Philip J. Carroll
          

September 2003      Events Leading to Iraq Invasion

       Philip Carroll, the chief advisor to the new Iraqi government's oil ministry, resigns and is replaced by Rob McKee, a former vice-president of ConocoPhillips. [Harpers Magazine, 4/05, pp 75]
People and organizations involved: Philip J. Carroll, Rob McKee
          

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