The Future of Energy: Marvin Odum - Shell
"The Future of Energy: Five Things We're Excited About." Marvin E. Odum, President, Shell Oil Company and Managing Director for Upstream Americas.
Marvin E. Odum is president of Shell Oil Company and was recently named a Director of Royal Dutch Shell. As a member of Shell’s Executive Committee, he oversees upstream company-wide business operations for North and South America. Odum holds positions of board leadership and participation in the Business Roundtable, Council of the Americas, US Climate Action Partnership and the American Petroleum Institute. Odum is a trustee of the National Urban League and serves as a commissioner on Aspen Institute’s Dialogue and Commission on Arctic Climate Change.
Also, he is a Steering Committee member for the Energy, Security, Innovation, and Sustainability Initiative of The Council On Competitiveness. Odum is a member of the Dean’s Council of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and Advisory Board of the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas. Odum began his Shell career as an engineer in 1982, and has since served in a number of management positions of increasing responsibility in both technical and commercial aspects of energy.
**Please note: Backpacks, cameras, and video recorders will not be allowed into the lecture hall.**
The Future of Energy lecture series is sponsored by the Harvard University Center for the Environment with generous support from Bank of America. All of the lectures are free and open to the public.