Jilles van den Beukel

Jilles van den Beukel obtained a PhD in geophysics in 1990. He worked for Shell for 26 years in various posts in research, exploration and development; most recently as a principal geoscientist. After he resigned from Shell in 2015, he has been active as an independent energy analyst, writing for various Dutch publications and think tanks. In February 2019 he published a paper on the recent history of the Groningen gas field on the website of The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, with Lucia van Geuns.

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