#168: William Lundin (International Petroleum Corp) - Climbing Everest, Family Lessons & What's Next for IPC



Greetings, and welcome back to the podcast.

This episode we are joined by Mr. William Lundin - President & CEO of International Petroleum Corp - a TSX & Stockholm Stock Exchange listed energy company with a market cap of ~$2 billion (CAD) & ~$16 billion (Swedish Krona) respectively. 

Mr. Lundin has been with IPC since 2018, and previously with BlackPearl Resources Inc. He has gained diverse experience in conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources working in operations, facilities and production engineering. Prior to being appointed as Chief Operating Officer of IPC, he served in a project management position with IPC Canada.

Mr. Lundin was the Chief Operating Officer of IPC from December 2020 to end 2023. He was appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of IPC in January 2024.

Mr. Lundin is currently a Director of ShaMaran Petroleum Corp., Filo Corp. and Orrön Energy AB and serves on the Board of the Lundin Foundation. He is a registered professional engineer in Canada.

William Lundin  holds a degree in Mineral Resource Engineering from Dalhousie University. 

Among other things, we discussed climbing Mt. Everest, family lessons & what's next for IPC.


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