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Shell Exits Climate Change Group Amid Arctic Drilling Plan – FT

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Screen Shot 2015-08-13 at 11.35.25Fri, 11th Sep 2015

LONDON (Alliance News) – Royal Dutch Shell has left an influential climate-change lobbying group sponsored by the Prince of Wales amid concern about the company’s attitude to environmental issues, the Financial Times reported Friday.

The Corporate Leaders Group released news that Shell had left, but did not state a reason for the FTSE 100-listed company’s departure, but people close to the group told the Financial Times that the oil major?s corporate policies, which include the controversial programme to drill for oil in the Arctic, made its membership of the group increasingly difficult. read more

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Shell’s big gamble: Oil wrangling at the far reaches of the Arctic frontier

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By Steven Mufson September 11

Shell Oil Co.’s president Marvin Odum made the trip on Sept. 2 from Houston to this northern-most town in the United States, a spot whose traditional name, Ukpeagvik, means “place where snowy owls are hunted.”

Odum is here hunting, too, for oil offshore and political support from Alaska Natives living in Barrow, a ramshackle town of muddy streets, littered with all-terrain vehicles and guarded by snow fences on one side and on the other a four-foot-high earthen berm to protect against high winds and seas. read more

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Royal Dutch Shell plc: Appointment of Ronan Cassidy as Chief Human Resources & Corporate Officer

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Screen Shot 2015-07-31 at 19.22.09THE HAGUE, Netherlands, September 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —

Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE: RDS.A)(NYSE: RDS.B)(the ‘Company’) today announces the appointment of Ronan Cassidy as Chief Human Resources & Corporate Officer with effect from January 1, 2016.

In his new role, Ronan will become a member of the Executive Committee and will take over from Hugh Mitchell who will be leaving the company after 36 years’ distinguished service.

Ronan is a British Citizen and currently Executive Vice President Human Resources, Upstream International / Rest of the World Operations. He joined Shell in 1988 and has held a variety of human resources positions across the Upstream and Downstream businesses. Ronan graduated from Worcester College, Oxford University, United Kingdom in 1988 with a BA in Modern History. Ronan is married with two children. read more

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