DAILY TELEGRAPH Royal Dutch Shell shares jumped 12pc after it revealed that chief financial officer Peter Voser will take over as the company’s chief executive next July. By Jamie Dunkley Last Updated: 6:51PM GMT 29 Oct 2008 Peter Voser, left, pictured with Jeroen van der Veer Photo: GETTY Mr Voser, 50, will succeed Jeroen [...]
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Voser was already one of the potential candidates back in 2007, when van der Veer announced his retirement, but there had been some hope that the head of North America, Linda Cook, would be announced as the company’s first female CEO.
The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc today announced that Peter Voser will succeed Jeroen van der Veer as Chief Executive, effective 1 July 2009. Voser (50) is Chief Financial Officer and a Director of the Board since October 2004.
By Fred Pals and Eduard Gismatullin Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) — Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s largest oil company, said Chief Financial Officer Peter Voser will take over as chief executive officer from July next year. “I am delighted to announce Peter Voser as the next Chief Executive of Royal Dutch Shell,” Shell Chairman Jorma Ollila said today in a statement distributed [...]
The Okoloma Gas Plant started supply of gas on 11 October, and commissioning of the second turbine of the Afam VI Power Plant is planned for early November.
Transformational engagement is a difficult concept to see in practice and perhaps even to grasp. The example Bowen uses is the relationship between Royal Dutch/Shell plc and Living Earth Foundation, an environmental education and advocacy group based in the United Kingdom. Living Earth works on a unique portfolio of projects that have set new standards in education, environment, and community development
LONDON — The slump in oil prices has spread relief among consumers and fuel-reliant industries, but also is squeezing the companies who could invest in new sources of oil — spurring concerns that prices will prompt them to shelve investments.
Along with Total, Royal Dutch Shell, which is heavily invested in Canada’s oil sands, is also weighing its interest in Nexen, according to banking insiders and oil executives
BP plans to make more job cuts than the 5,000 it has already announced, the oil group?s chief executive said on Tuesday.
In response to the barrage of criticism, BP said that over the past three years it had paid more than Ł5bn in tax in the UK and, if fuel, excise duty and VAT were added, the total rose to almost Ł21bn.
BP was the second of the world?s largest publicly traded oil majors to unveil quarterly results. Last week ConocoPhillips announced a 41 percent increase in earnings. Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell are scheduled to release results Thursday, followed by Chevron on Friday.