Shell’s Nick Potter appointed as new OCIMF Chairman

Feb 07 2022


The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) has appointed Shell’s Head of Shipping & Maritime in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Nick Potter, as the new OCIMF Chairman.

After four years of service, Chevron Shipping Company President Mark Ross completed his term as OCIMF Chairman.

 

Mark commented, “It has been an honour to serve as OCIMF Chairman for the past four years, and I believe that Nick Potter will be an excellent fit for the role.”

 

Nick Potter said, “I would like to thank Mark, personally and on behalf of the organisation, for the significant contributions he has made over the past four years as Chairman, particularly the implementation of the new strategy and OCIMF’s ongoing work throughout the pandemic.”  


“I am honoured to be working with OCIMF members to advance our priorities,” added Nick. “First and foremost, we must continue to focus on the safety and care of the people that work in this important industry whilst also ensuring no harm to the environment. The roll out of SIRE 2.0, further strengthening links across industry and the ongoing work to embed the strategy will be the focus of 2022.”

 



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