Bruce KuzykBruce Kuzyk is ConocoPhillips Alaska’s Vice President, North Slope Operations.  

Kuzyk began his career with Dome Petroleum / Amoco in Canada in 1984, where he held a series of operations, engineering, and project-based roles. Kuzyk joined the company in 1994 as plant superintendent in Edson, Alberta. In 1997, he moved into the Calgary office as the operations manager. In 2002, he was appointed chief facility engineer for the Dubai business unit. In 2006, he worked in the Operations Excellence group in Houston, developing and leading the shutdown planning and defect elimination Networks of Excellence. Kuzyk became field operations manager for the Indonesia business unit in 2008, responsible for the eastern hub offshore assets. He moved to Tanggu, China in 2011 to assume the role of Bohai Area Manager, responsible for offshore operations and the Tanggu office. In 2014, he was appointed asset manager for the Gulf Coast conventional assets. In 2015, he led the development of the fit-for-purpose operating model for ConocoPhillips Optimization for Sustainable Transformation initiative ultimately developed the organizational change management plan rolled out to the global organization In late 2015, he was named to the role of mechanical engineering and technology manager in the Global Production function. In September 2016 Bruce became Global Operations Chief based in Houston. He holds his current role as of November 2020.  

Raised in Alberta, Kuzyk earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Alberta.