Here you can access a selection of speeches and articles by Shell Canada’s leaders.
Speaking remarks by Susannah Pierce, Shell Canada President and Country Chair and GM Renewables & Energy Solutions Canada at a virtual roundtable meeting called Net-Zero Commitments – Getting from Here to There on April 8, 2021.
Shell Canada’s President and Country Chair, Michael Crothers, shared his thoughts on leadership and the future of energy with Engineering students at the University of Alberta in Edmonton on March 19, 2018.
Speaking at the Generation Energy forum in Winnipeg on October 12, 2017, Shell Canada’s President & Country Chair Michael Crothers shares his views on the energy transition and the need for both pragmatism and collaboration.
Speaking at a “Jumping to Energy 2.0” event as part of Holland Day at Spruce Meadows, Shell Canada’s President & Country Chair Michael Crothers emphasizes that our future demands a massive shift in our energy diet, and a large menu of options that consumers must find palatable.
Speech on the Future of Energy in Canada given by Michael Crothers, Shell Canada Country Chair and VP North America Unconventionals at the Global Business Forum in Banff, Alberta on September 30, 2016.
Speech by Michael Crothers, Shell Canada President and Country Chair and Vice President North America Unconventionals, at the 2016 Globe Conference, March 3, 2016.
Speech by Lorraine Mitchelmore, Shell Canada Country Chair and President and EVP Heavy Oil, at the Pollution Probe Gala, Toronto, Ontario, November 17, 2015.
A speech by Lorraine Mitchelmore at the Annual Gordon Osbaldeston Lecture, Public Policy Forum.
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