Michael Hatfield is president of ConocoPhillips Canada.
Hatfield joined the company in 1989 as an engineer in Oklahoma City. He has progressed through various technical, operations and management roles in the U.S., Norway, Indonesia, Australia and now Canada.
In 2003 he was assigned as manager of Offshore Operations in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2007 he transferred to Darwin, Australia as the Darwin area manager.
Hatfield was named manager, Strategy and Portfolio Management, in Houston, Texas in 2010 and assumed additional responsibilities in 2011 as upstream transition team lead for the ConocoPhillips – Phillips 66 spin transition. In 2013, he was named vice president, Rockies business unit. In March 2015, he was named vice president for the ConocoPhillips Optimization for Sustainable Transformation (COST) Project and in late 2015, was named vice president, Health, Safety and Environment. He assumed his current role in November 2016.
Hatfield earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University and Master of Business Administration from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.