By John Donovan This was all the information published by Shell on its official website yesterday concerning the departure of Linda Cook. 26/05/2009 Royal Dutch Shell plc announces directorate change The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc announced today that Mrs Linda Cook will resign as Executive Director of the Company on 1st June 2009. […]
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Linda Cook, the head of Shells gas business, resigned abruptly yesterday, the first boardroom casualty at the hands of Peter Voser, the new chief executive of the oil company.
Daily Mail By SAM FLEMING Last updated at 11:53 PM on 26th May 2009 Going: Linda Cook will leave Shell after nearly 30 years working for the firm A management shakeup is looming at oil giant Royal Dutch Shell as anointed chief executive Peter Voser prepares to take the helm. Shell yesterday announced the sudden […]
Among the companies currently under Justice Department review: Sun Microsystems Inc. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC…
NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) – A civil trial over the alleged involvement of giant oil producer Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.L) in the executions of protesters in Nigeria in the 1990s has been delayed until next week, a court clerk said on Tuesday.
Jeroen van der Veer’s tenure as chief executive ends amid outcry over bonuses, environmental record and human rights abuses
It is expected that exploration and production and gas and power will be combined into a single division. The merged business is then expected to be split in two, with an American division run by Marvin Odum, now head of Shell Oil, the US subsidiary, and the rest of the world run by Malcolm Brinded, now head of exploration and production.
Linda Cook, boss of the division gas and energy “of Shell, on 2 July 2008 in Madrid LONDON (AFP) – Shell announced Tuesday that Linda Cook, patroness of the division gas and energy giant Anglo-Dutch oil and candidate in the general direction, leave office on 1 June, a start could be the prelude a major […]
By Ed Crooks and John ODoherty Published: May 26 2009 09:54 | Last updated: May 26 2009 18:53 Royal Dutch Shell cleared the way for a management shake-up under its new chief executive on Tuesday as expectations mounted that Europes biggest oil company will soon unveil a wide-ranging restructuring. Shell announced the sudden departure of Linda Cook, head […]
ft.com/energysource May 26, 2009 5:06pm by Kate Mackenzie Today weve heard a couple of rumours that the departure of Shells gas and power chief, Linda Cook, came ahead of some major changes to the companys structure. One of those sources, both of them at Shell, said that the exploration and production unit was likely to merge […]
By John Donovan The following information has been assembled from multiple Shell insider sources. Funeral in Berlin: Tomorrow a two day meeting commences in Berlin involving the Shell top 100. A formal farewell to the departing Chief Executive Jeroen van der Veer will take place during the first day of the meeting. The second day has been […]
By Paddy Briggs Cook’s departure is ego-driven. She lost out – so she walks away in a huff. But then that’s what you do when the only thing that matters is self-aggrandisement. What charecterises Shell head honchos in recent times is that it is all about self. Power, position, perks and obscenely inflated bonuses and […]
Linda Cook, head of gas and power of Shell, the oil giant, will leave the company after missing out in the race to become chief executive and will forfeit a “loyalty” bonus of £800,000.
TOBY STERLING, AP Business Writer 3:13 AM PDT, May 26, 2009 AMSTERDAM (AP) Shell’s top gas executive and highest-ranking woman, Linda Cook, is stepping down June 1, the company said Tuesday, without giving a reason. Cook, 50, had sometimes been mentioned as a possible successor to Chief Executive Jeroen van der Veer, who is […]
A year ago I called for the departure of Sir Peter Job as a non-executive director of Shell. It has taken a full year for the media at large to realise just how unfit this man is to oversee the remuneration of Shell’s top executives. But whilst the buck undoubtedly stops on Job’s well-padded shoulders […]