Royal Dutch Shell's (RDS.A, RDS.B) head of global refining operations, Lori Ryerkerk, is leaving the oil major at the end of the August after five years in a job where she oversaw a vast overhaul of the business, Reuters reported, citing an internal document.
Ryerkerk helped turn Shell's refining operations into a major cash generator, particularly during the 2014-2016 market downturn.
She will be succeeded by Robin Mooldijk, who currently serves as vice president for manufacturing in the Americas, which covers refining and chemical plant operations in the US, Canada and Argentina.
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