Shell exploration Chief leaves office

After the fall of oil prices in 2014, the anglo-Dutch company Shell has reduced its operating budget of 5 billion to 2 billion dollars a year. The head of exploration at the time, Ceri Powell, which had the function of sharp cuts in the search for new oil and gas reserves, will be out of Office in February.

However, she won’t let the company, but will become Managing Director of Brunei Shell Petroleum. CERI Powell will be replaced by the current Vice President of production strategy Marc Gerrits.

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