The U.S. has created a corporate-style “Advisory Board” to oversee Iraq’s oil industry.
After repeated promises about Iraqi resources being administered of, by, and for the Iraqi people, who’s the chairman? Philip Carroll <br /> CEO of Shell Oil, 1993-98 <br /> CEO of Fluor, 1998-2002 Carroll, ostensibly retired, will be paid a reported $2 million by Fluor this year, plus another million from Fluor next year. He also owns $25 million in Fluor stock. Fluor is an engineering and construction firm seeking contracts in Iraq.