Leadership changes at bp Australia

Paul Augé, bp’s vice president, mobility and convenience, Australia and New Zealand will take on a new role as Senior Vice President, mobility convenience and midstream, Australia and New Zealand effective 1 July.  

Augé has been driving bp’s growth ambitions in Australian and New Zealand retail since taking up his current role in 2023.

He has extensive experience in strategy, business development, mobility, convenience, and aviation for bp around the world.

Prior to returning to Australia, Augé was Vice President for mobility and convenience in Mexico where he was responsible for bp’s downstream fuel business. 

His roles at bp have included vice president, business development and low carbon solutions, Asia Pacific, director of commercial development in London and heading bp’s aviation business, Air bp, in the UK and France. Before his roles overseas, Augé worked in strategy, mergers and acquisitions, trading and supply teams in Australia.

Lisa Archbold, bp’s Vice President for Business Development and Low Carbon Solutions, will step into the Vice President mobility and convenience role.

Most recently, Archbold has been leading business development in one of bp’s key transition growth engines.

This has involved working with bp’s customers, industry peers, partners and government, engaging on how bp can help Australia fulfill its potential as a renewable fuels superpower.

Archbold has also worked in a wide range of roles across bp as CFO for bp Australia, Head of Performance for AsPac Fuels, AsPac Finance and Strategy Director for Castrol/bp lubricants in Singapore, and General Manager of Bitumen for Australia.

These changes to bp Australia’s leadership team come following the announcement earlier this week that Lucy Nation has been appointed as the new Head of Country for bp Australia.

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