Shell's boss said yesterday that the energy major will invest "billions of dollars" in the UK North Sea in the coming years.
Ben Van Beurden
Animal rights group Peta has called on energy giant Shell to go vegan for a day on its North Sea platforms.
In the cutthroat game of global capitalism, there can be only one winner. Unless you’re an oil company.
BP chief executive Bob Dudley pocketed £11.2million in 2018, amid an “exceptional year” for the energy giant.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden took home nearly £18 million in pay last year as a reward for spearheading the energy giant's "transformation".
The boss of oil giant Shell has admitted he is "still unhappy" with the firm's safety performance, despite pledging a redoubling of efforts in 2018.
Chief executive of Shell, Ben Van Beurden, has reportedly said today that he believes the 2040 UK ban on petroleum and diesel car sales should be brought forward.
Royal Dutch Shell has seen a quarter of investors vote against boss Ben van Beurden’s bumper pay packet at the energy giant’s annual meeting.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden took home nearly £8million last year after being rewarded for his “strong leadership”.
Shell’s CEO has drawn on his experience to remove the “downstream albatross” from around the firm’s neck and revamp its upstream offering.
The North Sea must "earn its right to grow", Shell's chief executive Ben van Beurden this morning said.
In a throwaway comment, Ben van Beurden found himself front and centre on the national media’s radar.
Energy editor Rita Brown heads to the Hague to hear exclusively how Shell’s chief executive has viewed the last three years since the oil price crash
A North Sea retreat is not on the cards for Shell, according to its chief executive.
When the boss of Europe’s biggest listed oil company says his next car will be electric, it says a lot about the future of fossil fuels.
Shell has completed more than 80% of its $30billion divestment programme.
Royal Dutch Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden is to speak at the opening plenary session at SPE Offshore Europe 2017.
Shell boss Ben van Beurden enjoyed a £3million boost to his overall pay package in 2016, earning more than £7million.
The boss of oil giant Royal Dutch Shell (LON: RDSB) was handed a 54% hike in his pay package last year to £7.5 million despite sliding profits.
Shell must be at the vanguard of the “unstoppable” energy transition, its chief executive said today.
Shell said it plans to invest $10billion in Brazil over the next five years now the country has increased opportunities for foreign firms in its oil industry.
Shell's chief executive Ben van Beurden called on the industry to be the "contrarian in the room" and speak the "undeniable truth" about energy's future.
An overtime ban by disgruntled offshore workers has left a number of employees marooned on Shell’s Brent Alpha platform in the North Sea. Following the firm’s second quarter results announcement, Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden said the company had “seen difficulties with logistics” relating to helicopter transport, but did not elaborate. A spokesman for Shell later said an aircraft scheduled to pick up workers on Alpha was unable to land due to a shortage of available helideck operatives, and had to return to Sumburgh
The boss at Royal Dutch Shell (LON: RDSB) said today that the firm is “enjoying” the benefits of recent efforts to get its North Sea business in shape, but declined to rule out additional job losses. Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden said the company had done more to lower costs and enhance reliability in the North Sea than in any other mature basin. Speaking after Shell reported a 72% drop in second quarter earnings, Mr van Beurden said the companies’ North Sea portfolio was “contributing” in the face of “tough” economic conditions.
The boss of Shell has told investors that the uncertainty created by the Brexit referendum result could delay the firm’s divestment plans, a news report said. Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden set out plans to sell more than £20billion worth of assets over the next two years following the oil major’s takeover of rival firm BG Group earlier this year. Mr van Beurden has also said the company is mulling the sale of ageing assets in the North Sea, but would not exit the UK continental shelf completely.