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The head of the board of directors of Royal Dutch Shell for the first time became an American
The Board of Directors of Royal Dutch Shell announced that it will be headed by the American Charles Holiday. He will replace Jorma Ollila, who resigns in 2015 after 9 years in this position. As reported in the company's press release, this decision has yet to be approved in 2015 at the annual meeting of shareholders.
In 2010, Holiday became an independent director of Shell, and currently heads a committee on corporate and social responsibility, and is also on the remuneration committee. Until September 2014, he was the head of the board of directors of Bank of America, and from 1998 year on 2009 he worked as executive director of DuPont
The Shell Concern is one of the world leaders in the energy and petrochemical industry. Shell's oil and gas projects in Russia include the development of fields offshore Sakhalin Island as part of the Sakhalin II project jointly with OAO Gazprom, Mitsui and Mitsubishi. With Shell's participation, the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Russia was built on Sakhalin, which began operations in 2.