James Haug is the Chief Engineer of Facilities, the General Manager of Systems
Engineering, and the Global Discipline Head of Engineering Management and Quality
for Shell. He joined the company in 2014 and is leading significant changes in Shell’s
design and execution approach for its $25 billion per year projects portfolio and ~$330 billion in operating facilities. Prior to joining Shell, James worked in aerospace,
including 10 years as an engineer at Boeing Rocketdyne, developing and producing the world’s largest liquid hydrogen / liquid oxygen rocket engine. He also worked at
Lockheed’s Advanced Development Programs (“Skunk Works”) division and led mission assurance for missile defense and other critical programs at Raytheon Missile Systems. He has a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Davis, an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from UCLA Anderson School of Management, and certifications in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.