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Dave Ritter

Dave Ritter has worked as a consultant and energy industry executive. In addition to his extensive business transformation and change management experience, Dave has a strong and multifaceted skill set including: International operations leadership; P&L and operations management; turnaround and restructuring; international joint ventures, mergers & acquisitions, and deal negotiations; supply chain integration and optimization; competitive intelligence and analysis; strategic alliances development; strategy development and scenario planning; offshore operations design and implementation; and multinational workforce management.

 

Prior to his current consulting work, he was vice-president of Competitive Intelligence for Shell based in The Hague, The Netherlands. His role was to support the Shell Executive team and Board members with various strategic decisions, including negotiations with heads of state. Dave also served as General Manager in the Central Europe & Eastern Europe, Mediterranean and CIS for Shell’s downstream business. Prior to working with Shell, Dave worked as a consultant for Cap Gemini Ernst & Young and originally worked for ExxonMobil, serving as a Divisional Executive in Europe and North America.  

 

He is currently based in Houston, Texas.



Contact

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+44 7768 688 247

 

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