Total elects new executive committee members

Total elects new executive committee members

7:38 AM, 5th July 2016
Total elects new executive committee members
From left: Bernard Pinatel, Philippe Sauquet, Namita Shah appointed to the executive committee of Total, effective 1 September.

PARIS, FRANCE: As part of the deployment of the One Total company project, Total SA has appointed new members to its executive committee, effective 1 September.

The appointments include:

  • Philippe Sauquet, currently president, refining & chemicals, is appointed president  of the newly created gas, renewable & power branch. He is also appointed as executive VP, strategy & innovation and member of Total’s executive committee.
  • Bernard Pinatel, currently member of executive committee in Arkema Chemical Company is joining Total and is appointed as president, refining & chemicals and member of Total’s executive committee.
  • Namita Shah, currently senior vice president for corporate affairs, exploration & production is appointed as executive VP, people & social responsibility and member of Total’s executive committee. Shah is directly in charge of the human resources division and will also oversee the newly created Total global services.
  • Jean-Jacques Guilbaud, currently chief administrative officer is appointed as senior advisor to the chairman and CEO.

“I am delighted to welcome Namita Shah and Bernard Pinatel to the Executive Committee. After the recent appointment of Momar Nguer as president, marketing & services, we have a renewed executive committee that, with its diversified backgrounds and experiences, will lead the Group in achieving the ambition set out in our One Total company project,” said Patrick Pouyanne, chairman and CEO of Total.

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