Shell Appoints Greg Joiner as Head, Overseeing Renewables, Gas, and Power Marketing

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Shell Energy, a division of Shell, has announced the appointment of Greg Joiner as its new head, overseeing renewable generation, gas, and power marketing. This move comes as part of a wider restructuring within the trading division, Reuters news report said.

The appointment of Greg Joiner, effective April 1, follows the recent departure of veteran executive Steve Hill.

Greg Joiner, who currently leads Shell Energy’s European business, will take on the role of overseeing the unit on a broader scale.

In addition to Greg Joiner’s appointment, Tom Summers will continue to lead Shell’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) trading business, maintaining its position as the world’s largest. Summers will report to Andrew Smith, who is set to become the head of trading starting April 1.

Meanwhile, David Wells will retain his position as head of power, gas, and environmental products trading, also reporting to Smith, according to Shell.

Shell holds the title of the world’s largest LNG trader, with company data showing its share accounting for nearly 17 percent of global LNG trading volumes, which amounted to 404 million metric tons in 2023.

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