Shell appoints new country chairman
Abu Dhabi, September 30, 2013
Energy service provider Shell has appointed Andrew Vaughan as its country chairman and vice president for its Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Syria operations.
Vaughan brings over 30 years of global experience in the oil and gas sector, which includes management of joint ventures and development of oil and gas fields across Shell’s global operations.
Prior to this new role, Vaughan was the managing director of Shell Development Kashagan BV engaged in the development of future phases of the ultra sour Kashagan field in Kazakhstan..
“With seven decades of successful partnerships with the country’s oil and gas sector, we will continue to build on the local knowledge and expertise we have developed and put into action global advancements and best practices to deliver technology solutions that can effectively meet the sector’s needs and support its continued growth,” said Vaughan. - TradeArabia News Service
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