Shell has appointed Maarten Wetselaar integrated gas director as part of a wider upstream reorganisation.
The oil giant will address shareholders today about plans to make integrated gas a stand-alone organisation – “a move that reflects both its enlarged scale and investment potential”.
Wetselaar will take up the post January 1st.
Shell’s integrated gas business has grown by $9billion in the last six years.
Shell will announce a “new, simpler upstream organisation” in line with the company’s portfolio reshuffle to shareholders later today.
By Rita Brown
Source: Energy Voice
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