Mr. Parker recently retired after over 35 years of service as a Technical Advisor within ExxonMobil Production Company’s Upstream Safety, Health, and Environment organization. Mr. Parker provided technical support and guidance to ExxonMobil affiliates world-wide on a range of issues including drilling and production discharges, underground injection control, spill prevention and control, facility decommissioning, artificial reef programs, marine environmental issues, carbon capture and storage, hydraulic fracturing and general issue management coordination.
At retirement, Mr. Parker Chaired the American Petroleum Institute’s Upstream Environmental Subcommittee, the Carbon Capture and Storage Work Group and the Hydraulic Fracturing Workgroup and was Upstream Environmental and Regulatory Issue Management Coordinator for ExxonMobil Production Company.
Mr. Parker is currently Principal of Parker Environmental and Consulting which provides environmental and regulatory policy advocacy support on a range of issues, including water resource management, hydraulic fracturing and energy development, offshore facility decommissioning, and carbon capture and storage issues.
Mr. Parker is a graduate of the University of Texas and Texas A&M University and is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas and Louisiana.