Dr. Philip Mshelbila the new CEO at Atlantic LNG
By TT Guardian
Petroleumworld 05 30 2018
There will be a new CEO at LNG producer Atlantic from Friday. Nigel Darlow, who has been at the helm since 2011 and helped strengthened Atlantic's position as a leading global LNG business, is returning to the United Kingdom in July. He will remain in country over the next few weeks to support the transition of the incoming CEO.
“Atlantic is one of the best and most competitive LNG production businesses globally. It has been a real privilege to serve as Atlantic CEO,” said. Darlow. “Both Atlantic and Trinidad and Tobago have provided a wonderful experience for me and my family for over seven years and we are truly grateful for the time we have spent here.”
The incoming CEO is Dr. Philip Mshelbila of Shell, who is a global business leader with more than 20 years of oil and gas experience in board-level governance, stakeholder management, commercial operations, project management and performance delivery in both operated and non-operated joint ventures.
Dr. Mshelbila is from Nigeria, and prior to his secondment to Atlantic, held the role of General Manager Gas, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) in Nigeria. He has also held a number of senior regional leadership positions in overseeing 36 countries. His other roles have included Managing Director of Shell Nigeria Gas Ltd.
He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, a Postgraduate Certificate in Occupational Medicine from the University of Aberdeen Medical School, Scotland as well as a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the IESE Business School, the University of Navarra, Barcelona, Spain.
Dr. Mshelbila has a passion for motivating people to perform at their best to deliver excellent business performance.
“I am excited to lead a truly Trinbagonian company that is one of the best-performing LNG companies in the world,” he said.
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