Nitin Prasad

Shell Companies in India

Chairman

Nitin Prasad is a dynamic and accomplished business leader with 20+ years of cross-cultural professional experience spanning industries from technology to energy and geographies from USA, Singapore to India.

Nitin, a Fortune 40 under 40 awardee, has a proven track record of managing large diverse global teams, developing/implementing strategy, innovating and leading change across cross-functional and multi-jurisdictional roles. He is passionate about Shell’s purpose of powering progress together for better and cleaner energy and believes collaborations and partnerships are key to solving country-wide growth challenges.

Nitin did his schooling from the Doon School, India before completing an engineering degree from Georgia Institute of Technology, USA and thereafter went on to complete his MBA from INSEAD.

He succeeded Dr. Yasmine Hilton on October 2016 as the Chairman of Shell Companies in India. Prior to his current role, Nitin was the Managing Director for Shell Lubricants for the cluster of India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, which combined is the 3rd largest lubricants market in the world. This role was preceded by several other roles in Shell across verticals of strategy, marketing, project delivery and supply chain in geographies of APME, APACMEA, China, South East Asia and USA.

Nitin is an avid sports enthusiast with an interest in golfing, sailing, skiing and diving. He enjoys traveling, listening to jazz and collecting wines. He currently lives in New Delhi with his two children and his wife.

SESSIONS WITH Nitin Prasad

Tuesday, October 15

  • 02:00pm - 02:45pm

    Concurrent Plenary

    New Energy Sources in India's Energy Mix

    Although “Energy Transition” is the buzzword in the energy sector these days, changing the energy system is a slow process. Large parts of the energy value chain are becoming decentralized, and technology will be the key to deciding which fuels will grow and which will shrink. India needs clarity on its long- and short-term policy goals and an integrated energy policy to achieve its economic and climate goals. What are the most important policy goals, and what factors should be considered in developing a long-term energy vision and plan? How can different stakeholders collaborate to create an energy ecosystem which serves dual needs of attracting capital and evolving with technology & time?