Dan Prince is counsel in the ExxonMobil Law Department.  He currently provides legal support to ExxonMobil Global Services Company’s Procurement division and ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company’s major capital projects commercial group.  In this role, he provides advice on petrochemical expansion projects in Baytown and Mont Belvieu (North American Growth) and Beaumont (Beaumont Polyethylene Expansion), including assistance with negotiation and administration of associated EPC contracts. Dan also has broad experience in upstream projects in Central Africa and the Middle East.  He advised ExxonMobil on a variety of upstream agreements in Angola covering exploration, development and production activities.  He also provided compliance counseling on anti-corruption and antitrust issues, assisted with ongoing contractor disputes, and provided legal support for divestment of significant upstream assets in Angola.    In the Middle East, Dan advised ExxonMobil concerning its interests in onshore and offshore concessions in Abu Dhabi, UAE, including assistance with the close-out agreement of the 75-year ADCO concession.  Prior to Dan’s current role, he fulfilled an expatriate assignment in Doha, Qatar where he provided advice on gas and power marketing and production activities in support of ExxonMobil shareholder interests in Qatar LNG joint ventures.    Before joining ExxonMobil, Dan was an associate at Baker Botts L.L.P. where he provided advice to energy companies on environmental issues involved in regulatory compliance, corporate transactions and securities offerings, and bankruptcy.  He earned his J.D. with high honors from the University of Texas School of Law at Austin.    Dan is a native Houstonian who enjoys a busy life with his wife, five boys and one girl.