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Shell has begun a search for a new chairman, with Andrew Mackenzie, the former BHP Billiton boss, emerging as an early front-runner. City sources expect Mr Mackenzie, who joined the Shell board as a non-executive director at the start of this month, to be promoted to chairman. The 63-year-old Scot stood down as CEO of Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP at the turn of the year after a successful seven-year stint. […] While it has begun investing in electricity, biofuels and hydrogen, Mr van Buerden has said “it is not enough though: it all needs to accelerate”. Shell, which is due to report its third quarter results on Thursday, declined to comment.
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