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Shell's New Energies Boss Gainsborough to Step Down

January 9, 2020

Mark Gainsborough (Photo courtesy of Shell)

Mark Gainsborough (Photo courtesy of Shell)

Royal Dutch Shell's head of New Energies Mark Gainsborough announced on Thursday he was stepping down after setting up and leading a rapid expansion of the company's renewables and low-carbon business over the past four years.

Gainsborough will be replaced by Elisabeth Brinton on April 1, the 39-year Shell veteran said in a post on LinkedIn. He will leave the company at the end of the year.

Brinton, a Silicon Valley and utility industry veteran, joined Shell in 2018 and is currently vice president for strategy at the New Energies, according to her LinkedIn page.

A Shell spokeswoman confirmed the moves. 

(Reporting by Ron Bousso; editing by David Evans)

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