These are testing times in the oil and gas industryShell optimistic in the long term Mar 17, 2009
We continue to focus the company on delivering strong operating performance and maintaining the financial flexibility to fund both new projects and returns to shareholdersShell optimistic in the long term Mar 17, 2009
There are no physical shortages in the world. We don't have ships waiting in the Middle East, no people queuing up for gasolineUPI Energy Watch Jun 03, 2008
We are in the race so to say, we would like to work in IraqIraq oil dealings ongoing, met by protests Feb 05, 2008
It is evident that active government interest is delaying projects. Government negotiations for their share of the revenues are lengthier than in the pastUPI Energy Watch Jan 09, 2008
Jeroen van der Veer (born October 27, 1947 in Utrecht, Netherlands) was the CEO of the petroleum corporation Royal Dutch Shell until June 30, 2009.
Van der Veer joined Shell in 1971 and worked in manufacturing and marketing in the Netherlands, Curaçao and the United Kingdom.
Van der Veer graduated in 1971 from Delft University with an engineer's degree in mechanical engineering and went on to earn an MSc degree in economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 2005 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Port Harcourt in Nigeria.