A. Mackenzie joins Royal Dutch Shell as Non-Executive Chairman

He was knighted in 2020 for services to business, science, technology and UK-Australia relations...

Sir Andrew Mackenzie has been appointed Chair of the Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc with effect from May 19, 2021. He joined BHP, the world’s largest mining company, in 2008, becoming Group CEO from 2013 to 2019, when he systematically simplified and strengthened the business, and created options for the future. He also made BHP the first miner to pledge to tackle emissions caused when customers use its products.

From 2004 to 2007 at Rio Tinto, he was Head of Industrial Minerals, then Head of Industrial Minerals and Diamonds. Prior to this, Sir Andrew spent 22 years with BP, joining in 1982 in research and development, followed by international operations and technology roles across most business streams and functions – principally in exploration and production and petrochemicals, including as Chief Reservoir Engineer and Chief Technology Officer. Latterly he was Group Vice President for Chemicals in the Americas, then Olefins and Polymers globally.

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