Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Lorraine Mitchelmore, Head of Shell's Canadian Division, Stepping Down

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Lorraine Mitchelmore, Head of Shell's Canadian Division, Stepping Down

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Head of Shell's Canadian division stepping down

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CALGARY - The head of Royal Dutch Shell's Canadian operations is leaving her job at the end of this year.

Lorraine Mitchelmore has been Shell Canada's president and country chair for past six years and has led the global energy giant's heavy oil business for three.

Mitchelmore says she decided to move on in order to spend more time with her two daughters, the youngest of whom is in Grade 6.

She says her next career steps will involve contributing to Canada's prosperity by serving on select boards.

Michael Crothers -- now vice-president of unconventionals and North America for Shell -- will be the company's next leader in Canada starting Jan. 1.

Shell recently scrapped its Carmon Creek oilsands project in northwestern Alberta and opened a major carbon capture and storage project northeast of Edmonton. …

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