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Ye Jianming Meets with Senior Executives from Royal Dutch Shell

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On May 23, Ye Jianming, Chairman of the Board of CEFC China, met with a delegation led by Simon Henry, Special Adviser and former CFO of Royal Dutch Shell and his wife, and Integrated Gas & New Energies Director Maarten Wetselaar at CEFC China’s headquarters in Shanghai. The two sides had an in-depth and practical discussion on deepening and expanding win-win cooperation in upstream oil and gas resources and assets as well as in new energy sectors and reached consensus on comprehensive strategic collaboration based on mutual trust.


Ye Jianming thanked Mr. Henry and Mr. Wetselaar for their efforts to deepen the cooperation between Shell and CEFC China, and introduced CEFC China’s latest achievements. He said that CEFC has set up its second headquarters in Czech Republic and Georgia dedicated international investment banking business. It has acquired a century-old investment bank well versed in multiple sectors including new energy. The Company is also cooperating with a Shanghai-based high-tech park to promote the development of the new energy industry. Ye Jianming said that Shell is a time-honored energy company known for its managerial expertise and rich experiences. The two companies have already established close relations based on mutual trust. CEFC China is willing to share resources with Shell so as to complement each other to achieve win-win results.


Shell attaches great importance to the Chinese market. Mr. Henry said CEFC China is an important partner for Shell both in China and around the world. Cooperation on previous projects has laid a solid foundation for the relations between the two companies. Shell seeks to explore opportunities for cooperation on a wider range of issues both in China and internationally. Mr. Wetselaar, who will take over Shell’s China business, said that he would continue to promote cooperation between the two companies and would like to establish a long-term and stable partnership with CEFC China in order to strengthen cooperation in areas including oil and gas assets and international investment.


Zhang Shengxin, Shell China’s Executive Chairman; Wang Wei, Vice President of Government Affairs of Shell China; Guan Yu, General Manager for International Business Development of Shell China; Li Yong, Executive Director of CEFC China; Guo Lin, Chairman of CEFC Shanghai Securities; Cui Zhenchu, Director of CEFC Shanghai International Group; and Cai Feng, General Manager of CEFC Natural Gas also attended the meeting.

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