Shell India appoints Mansi Madan Tripathy as new chair
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Shell India appoints Mansi Madan Tripathy as new chair

Shell India has named Mansi Madan Tripathy as its new country chair, effective October 1, 2023. She will succeed Nitin Prasad, who has held the position since 2016.

In her new role, Tripathy will head the Shell Group of companies in India. She will also continue her duties as vice president, Shell Lubricants for Asia Pacific. Tripathy will move from Singapore to New Delhi, India, her hometown, for this position. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Technology from the National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra and an MBA in Marketing from S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research.

Before her appointment as country chair, Tripathy served as vice president of Shell Lubricants Asia Pacific. Her tenure at Shell has seen her in roles such as managing director of Shell Lubricants India and country marketing officer. She joined Shell in 2012 after a stint at Procter & Gamble, where she occupied several director-level roles on regional and global scales.

Shell stands as a diversified international energy firm in India, employing over 10,000 individuals. It has a broad presence spanning upstream, integrated gas, downstream, and renewable energy sectors. Shell India boasts more than 350 retail stations in eight states and introduced its EV charging service, Shell Recharge, in September 2022.

Shell Lubricants caters to more than 50,000 clients via a network of 200+ distributors. The company also operates an LNG re-gasification terminal in Hazira, Surat, and an LNG truck-loading unit. With a focus on digital solutions and sustainability, Shell India fosters an ecosystem to spur energy innovation. This includes investments in new energy firms like Husk Power and Orb Energy, and initiatives such as Shell E4 for startups. Shell remains dedicated to community upliftment in India through programs like NXplorers and Drive Safe.