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Fuel Cell Today: Shell Hydrogen Appoints New Vice President

16 February 2006
Provider: Fuel Cell Today
With effect from 1 January 2006 Duncan Macleod has been appointed Vice President of Shell Hydrogen.
Duncan brings to Shell Hydrogen a wealth of international experience and the skills and knowledge necessary to lead the business to the next stage of its development. With nearly 30 years of international Shell experience and most recently in Shell Hydrogen, as General Manager Strategy and European Business Development, Duncan has the exceptional skills in the development and execution of various new growth opportunities. Prior to joining Shell Hydrogen he was extensively involved in the integration and growth of other Shell Group businesses into Shell Global Solutions, the setting-up of an Alliance, Mergers & Acquisition capability and the commercialisation of Biofuels. In addition, Duncan has significant expertise in Supply & Trading, Strategy and the Upstream business in the Americas, Africa and Japan.
“I'm happy to lead this dynamic, young, entrepreneurial company at a crucial moment in its existence – transition from demonstration to a pre-commercial stage. I believe we have the right mix of resources, skills and capabilities to create a business, which will become a substantial contributor to the Shell group portfolio of new and alternative energies. These integrate Shell's leading technologies, global experience and commercial customer understanding to build a sustainable energy future”, says Macleod. “I am also fortunate that the forward-looking thinking, professionalism and enthusiasm which I see in the team provide the necessary enablers to the success of our business”.
Duncan Macleod has replaced Jeremy Bentham who was appointed Vice President Global Business Environment in Shell International.

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