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Kevin Stokvis


Leads performance transformations of natural-resource companies by leveraging deep functional knowledge related to capital projects, operations, and organization effectiveness

Kevin is a leader in our Operations and Capital Projects & Infrastructure Practices focusing on transformations of natural-resource companies. Since joining McKinsey, he has been involved in a range of high-impact capital productivity and operational transformation projects.

Examples of Kevin’s recent client projects include the following:

  • optimizing the execution strategy of an oil and gas megaproject to capture major improvements in cost and schedule performance
  • designing and implementing a performance-management system for an oil and gas company to provide early warning of cost and schedule variance
  • driving cost and schedule improvements for an upstream oil and gas megaproject by developing and implementing a structured field-productivity program
  • helping the owner of an oil and gas megaproject manage exposure to change orders and claims during project closeout
  • developing and implementing a rigorous process for a pipeline operator to optimize its capital-maintenance portfolio
  • reducing maintenance costs for a large-scale mine by optimizing its maintenance strategy, improving labor productivity, implementing contractor-management practices, and reducing material spend on components
  • transforming a public-sector client’s cash forecasting processes to ensure predictable delivery of its capital portfolio


Before joining McKinsey, Kevin worked as a project engineer at an engineering-design company. As an engineer, he led the mechanical design of multiple projects, managed a four-person team comprising engineering consultants and design technicians, and provided construction advisory services related to the installation of proprietary equipment.

Published Work

Managing capital risk in the race to net zero,” McKinsey & Company, August 2022

Past Experience

Noram Engineering & Constructors
Project engineer


London Business School

University of British Columbia
BASc, mechanical engineering