Jermy Bentham to Guide Shell Hydrogen as New CEO

March 20, 2003 by Jeff Shepard

Shell Hydrogen BV (the Netherlands) announced that, effective April 1, 2003, Jermy Bentham will take up the reins of Shell Hydrogen as the new CEO. Bentham will be charged with the responsibility of guiding Shell Hydrogen into the next stage of its development. Bentham will be replacing Don Huberts who has been appointed as Vice President Refining and Chemicals in Shell Global Solutions.

Jeremy brings to Shell Hydrogen broad experience in research, manufacturing, strategy, sales and marketing. He joined Shell in 1980 following post-graduate experience at the California Institute of Technology. He is currently Vice President Hydrocarbon Logistics in Shell Global Solutions where his responsibilities include commercial and strategic development, including the management of service relationships with existing clients and the development of new business.

"I am very much looking forward to taking up my post at Shell Hydrogen," Jeremy said. "This is a thrilling area, in which a variety of players are working towards a better future. I look forward to working with Shell Hydrogen's existing partners and to forging new partnerships, as we make progress together on the path to a commercially viable hydrogen economy."