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Peter Voser of Royal Dutch Shell to address Boston College’s Chief Executives’ Club of Boston

Peter Voser of Royal Dutch Shell is set to address Boston College’s Chief Executives’ Club of Boston on March 21.

Voser, CEO of the giant energy and petrochemical company, is expected to discuss such issues as the future of energy, climate change, renewable energy, and the impact that the “North American shale revolution” will have on the United States and the world, the club said.

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With reported revenues of $467 billion in 2012, Royal Dutch Shell is Europe’s largest energy company and a leader in the North American energy market.

Eric S. Slifka, president and chief executive of Global Partners LP, has been designated as the host of the event.

Voser’s address is scheduled to take place at the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Chris Reidy can be reached at reidy@globe.com.
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