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Shell NZ announces appointment of new Retail Mgr.

SHELL NEW ZEALAND


Media Statement
For Immediate Release
13 January 2003


Shell NZ announces appointment of new Retail Manager

Shell New Zealand today announced the appointment of Mark Nobilo as Shell’s Retail Manager for New Zealand. Mr Nobilo replaces Bruce Emson, who is taking up a new position with Royal Dutch/Shell in Singapore.

Mark Nobilo is currently Shell’s North Island Retail Manager. As New Zealand Retail Manager, Mr Nobilo will have responsibility for Shell’s network of over 300 branded retail sites, including the Select stores that form part Shell’s service station operations in many locations. Select is one of the largest general convenience goods businesses in the country.

Mark Nobilo has worked for Shell in New Zealand and internationally for over 30 years.

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