JOHN GRILL

BSC, BENG (HONS), HON DENG (SYDNEY)

Chairman & Non-Executive Director

ANDREW WOOD

BENG, GDIP FIN MGMT, GDIP LAB RELATIONS, FIE AUST

Chief Executive Officer - Executive Director
Since October 2012

JOHN M. GREEN

BJURIS/LLB, FAICD, SFFIN

Non-Executive Director Since Listing in November 2002

CATHERINE LIVINGSTONE AO

BA (HONS), HONS DBUS (MAQUARIE),
HON DSC (MURDOCH), FCA, FAICD, FTSE

Non-Executive Director

WANG XIAO BIN

BCOM, CPA, GDIP APPLIED FINANCE AND INVESTMENT

Non-Executive Director

ERICH FRAUNSCHIEL

BCOM (HONS), FCPA, FAICD

Non-Executive Director

CHRISTOPHER HAYNES OBE

BSC (HONS), DPHIL, CENG, FIMECHE

Non-Executive Director

JB MCNEIL

BSC (MONT), MSC (CAL), SPE, ASME

Non-Executive Director

RON MCNEILLY

BCOM, MBA, FCPA, FAICD

Deputy Chairman and Lead Independent Director

LARRY BENKE

BSC ENG (HONS)

Non-Executive Director

PETER JANU

BEC, LLB, CA, FCIS

Company secretary and General counsel corporate

JOHN GRILL BSC, BENG (HONS), HON DENG (SYDNEY)

CHAIRMAN AND NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND DIRECTOR FROM LISTING IN NOVEMBER 2002 UNTIL OCTOBER 2012 AND DIRECTOR OF THE COMPANY BEFORE LISTING AND ITS PREDECESSOR ENTITIES FROM 1971
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – AUSTRALIA

John is Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Nominations Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee and Health, Safety and Environment Committee. He has over 40 years’ experience in the resources and energy industry, starting his career with Esso Australia. In 1971, he became Chief Executive of Wholohan Grill and Partners, the entity that ultimately became WorleyParsons Limited. This specialized consulting practice acquired the business of Worley Engineering Pty Limited in Australia in 1987. It listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in 2002 as Worley Group Limited following a restructuring of the company. In 2004, Worley Group Limited acquired Parsons E&C Corporation, a US-based global project services company, and changed its name to WorleyParsons Limited. The Group then acquired the Colt Group in Canada in 2007, substantially increasing its capability in the upstream and downstream components of oil sands. John has personal expertise in every aspect of project delivery in the resources and energy industry. He has strong relationships with WorleyParsons’ major customers and was closely involved at board level with the Group’s joint ventures. John was awarded an honorary doctorate by The University of Sydney in 2010 in recognition of his contribution to the engineering profession. He is the Chairman of the National Precincts Board and is also on the board of Neuroscience Research Australia and the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

ANDREW WOOD BENG, GDip FIN MGMT, GDip LAB RELATIONS, FIE AUST

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SINCE OCTOBER 2012
Country of residence – AUSTRALIA

Andrew was appointed as Chief Executive Officer effective 23 October 2012. With tenure of 19 years with the Group, and over 30 years’ experience in the resources and energy industry, Andrew has extensive knowledge across the Group. His previous roles include Group Managing Director – Finance/CFO responsible for Group-wide direction and support to the business functions of finance, information management, internal procurement and communications, legal and risk; Managing Director for the Australia/New Zealand region; and Managing Director of Mergers and Acquisitions, overseeing 15 business acquisitions including Parsons E&C Corporation in November 2004 and the Colt Group in March 2007. He was also responsible for WorleyParsons’ early expansion into Thailand and into the Middle East, Canada and Chile in his capacity as Managing Director for International Operations. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Engineering and graduate diplomas in Financial Management and Labour Management Relations. He is also a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia.

JOHN M GREEN BJURIS/LLB, FAICD, SFFIN

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE LISTING IN NOVEMBER 2002
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – AUSTRALIA

John is Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Nominations Committee. He is a company director, a business writer and a novelist. John is a non-executive director of QBE Insurance Group Limited, a member of the Australian Government Takeovers Panel and a member of the Council of the National Library of Australia. John is co-founder of book publisher, Pantera Press. He was previously an investment banker at Macquarie Bank, as an executive director. His career before banking was in law, including as a partner at two major law firms.

Australian listed company directorships:

LISTED COMPANY NAME NATURE OF DIRECTORSHIP DATE OF COMMENCEMENT DATE OF CESSATION
QBE Insurance Group Limited Non-executive director 1 March 2010 n/a

CATHERINE LIVINGSTONE AO BA (HONS), HON DBUS (MACQUARIE), HON DSC (MURDOCH), FCA, FAICD, FTSE

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE JULY 2007
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – AUSTRALIA

Catherine joined the Board on 1 July 2007 and is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and the Nominations Committee. She is Chairman and a director of Telstra Corporation Limited and was formerly a director of Macquarie Bank Limited and Macquarie Group Limited. Catherine is also a director of Saluda Medical Pty Ltd and The George Institute for Global Health and is a member of the Advisory Board of the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership at The University of Sydney. She was Chairman of CSIRO from 2001 to 2006 and has also served on the boards of Goodman Fielder Limited and Rural Press Limited. Catherine was the Managing Director of Cochlear Limited from 1994 to 2000, taking it through to an initial public offer in 1995. In 2000, Catherine received the Chartered Accountant in Business Award for that year and in 2002 was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering. She was further awarded in 2003 the Centenary Medal for service to Australian Society in Business Leadership and the 2006 Macquarie University Alumni Award for Distinguished Service (Professional). In 2008, Catherine was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia for service to the development of Australian science, technology and innovation policies to the business sector. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Accounting, is a Chartered Accountant and was the Eisenhower Fellow for Australia in 1999.

Australian listed company directorships:

LISTED COMPANY NAME NATURE OF DIRECTORSHIP DATE OF COMMENCEMENT DATE OF CESSATION
Macquarie Bank Limited Non-executive director 19 November 2003 25 July 2013
Macquarie Group Limited Non-executive director 30 August 2007 25 July 2013
Telsta Corporation Limited Non-executive director 30 November 2000 n/a
Telsta Corporation Limited Chairman 8 May 2009 n/a

WANG XIAO BIN BCOM, CPA, Gdip applied finance and investment

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE DECEMBER 2011
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – hong kong

Xiao Bin was appointed to the Board on 1 December 2011 and is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and the Nominations Committee. She is an executive director and Chief Financial Officer of China Resources Power Holdings Company Limited. Prior to joining China Resources Power in July 2003, she was a Director of Corporate Finance at ING Investment Banking, responsible for execution of capital markets and merger and acquisition transactions in the Asia Pacific region. Xiao Bin worked for Price Waterhouse in Australia in the Audit and Business Advisory Division for five years before joining ING. She is a member of CPA Australia and holds a graduate diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from Securities Institute of Australia (now Finsia) and a Bachelor of Commerce from Murdoch University in Australia.

ERICH FRAUNSCHIEL BCOM (HONS), FCPA, FAICD

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE MARCH 2003
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – AUSTRALIA

Erich is Chairman of the Audit and Risk Committee and a member of the Nominations Committee. He is Chairman of Wesfarmers General Insurance Limited and Wesfarmers Insurance Pty Limited and was a non-executive director of Woodside Petroleum Limited until February 2013. Erich’s early business career was in the petroleum marketing and management consulting industries. In 1981, he joined the Australian Industry Development Corporation where he was involved in project lending, investment banking and venture capital investment. In 1984, he joined Wesfarmers to start the company’s projects and business development function. In 1988, he became General Manager of Wesfarmers’ Commercial Division and from 1992 until his retirement in July 2002 was an executive director and Chief Financial Officer of Wesfarmers.

Australian listed company directorships:

LISTED COMPANY NAME NATURE OF DIRECTORSHIP DATE OF COMMENCEMENT DATE OF CESSATION
Woodside Petroleum Limited Non-executive director 1 December 2002 28 February 2013

CHRISTOPHER HAYNES OBE BSC (HONS), DPHIL, CENG, FIMECHE

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE JANUARY 2012
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – UNITED KINGDOM

Chris was appointed to the Board effective 1 January 2012. He is Chairman of the Health, Safety and Environment Committee and a member of the Nominations Committee. He is a non-executive director of Woodside Petroleum Limited. His appointment followed a 39 year career with the Shell Group of Companies and their affiliates. He has lived in a large number of countries, working in the oil and gas exploration and production, LNG and chemicals businesses, primarily in project development and delivery and in operations. Chris was seconded to Woodside from 1999 to 2002, where he was General Manager of the North West Shelf Venture and was subsequently Managing Director of Shell’s operations in Syria and of Nigeria LNG Limited. In 2008, Chris assumed responsibility for the delivery of Shell’s major upstream projects worldwide. He retired from Shell in August 2011. Chris graduated from The University of Manchester with a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Mechanical Engineering and obtained a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Applied Sciences from the University of Sussex. He is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in the United Kingdom and was appointed to the Order of the British Empire in June 2009 for his services to the British oil and gas industry in Nigeria.

Australian listed company directorships:

LISTED COMPANY NAME NATURE OF DIRECTORSHIP DATE OF COMMENCEMENT DATE OF CESSATION
Woodside Petroleum Limited Non-executive director 1 June 2011 n/a

JB MCNEIL BSC (MONT), MSC (CAL), SPE, ASME

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE MAY 2010
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

JB was appointed to the Board on 1 May 2010 and is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee, the Nominations Committee and the Remuneration Committee. His appointment followed a 34 year career with ExxonMobil Corporation. He began with Exxon in 1974 and over the next two decades he was involved in a variety of engineering and operations assignments in the Middle East and in the USA. In 1994, JB was appointed Offshore Division Manager responsible for production in the South China Sea. In 1996, he was appointed Director General for the Sakhalin 1 Project in Russia and in 2001, Vice President for Deep Water Development in Angola and Equatorial Guinea. Between 2003 and 2005, JB held project development responsibilities for Russia and the Caspian region and in 2005 was appointed Vice President of Arctic Projects (Russia, Canada and Alaska). JB retired from ExxonMobil in 2008.

RON MCNEILLY BCOM, MBA, FCPA, FAICD

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN AND LEAD INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE LISTING IN NOVEMBER 2002

Ron is Deputy Chairman and Lead Independent Director of the Board and was previously Chairman of the Board. He is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee, Nominations Committee, Remuneration Committee and Health, Safety and Environment Committee. Ron is currently the Deputy Chairman of BlueScope Steel Limited (previously BHP Steel) and has over 30 years’ experience in the resources industry. He joined BHP Billiton Limited in 1962 and held positions with that company including executive director and President BHP Minerals, Chief Operating Officer, Executive General Manager and Chief Executive Officer BHP Steel, General Manager Transport, General Manager Long Products Division and General Manager Whyalla Works. Ron is a former Chairman of Ausmelt Limited and Melbourne Business School Limited and is a former director of Alumina Limited, BHP and BHP Billiton, QCT Resources and Tubemakers of Australia.

Australian listed company directorships:

LISTED COMPANY NAME NATURE OF DIRECTORSHIP DATE OF COMMENCEMENT DATE OF CESSATION
BlueScope Steel Limited Deputy Chairman and non-executive director 10 May 2002 n/a

LARRY BENKE BSC ENG (HONS)

Non-executive DIRECTOR – DIRECTOR SINCE JULY 2010
COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE – CANADA

Larry joined the Board as a non-executive director on 1 July 2010 and is a member of the Nominations Committee and the Health, Safety and Environment Committee. He was appointed an alternate director for Bill Hall from March 2007, following the Company’s acquisition of the Colt Group, until his retirement as Managing Director Canada on 30 June 2010. Larry has extensive experience in the engineering and construction industries including roles in engineering design, project management and general management including President/CEO of the Colt Group and Managing Director of WorleyParsons Canada. He successfully led Colt through a period of substantial growth and expansion which continued with the integration of the company into the WorleyParsons Canada business. Larry is a director of the board of The Calgary Airport Authority, a not for profit responsible for the operation and development of the Calgary International and Springbank airports. He is a director of CEDA International, an Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System owned corporation providing specialty maintenance and turnaround services to industry. Larry is also a director of Cervus Equipment Corporation, a Toronto Stock Exchange listed company in the business of acquiring and operating agricultural, industrial and construction equipment dealerships. Larry graduated from the University of Alberta in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Honors)

PETER JANU BEC, LLB, CA, FCIS

COMPANY SECRETARY AND GENERAL COUNSEL CORPORATE – APPOINTED OCTOBER 2008

Peter has broad experience across a range of disciplines including company secretarial, governance, legal, remuneration, project finance and corporate taxation. Peter has degrees in Law and Economics from The University of Sydney and is a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Secretary.