General Management: Corporate Governance in Action

Under the responsibility of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Committee is the decision-making body of TotalEnergies. A second body, the Company Performance Management Committee, examines, analyzes and monitors our HSE, financial and business performance.

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer: A Key Governance Role

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer assumes the general management responsibilities of TotalEnergies SE. He chairs the Executive Committee and Company Performance Management Committee and organizes and oversees the work of the Board of Directors. The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer liaises between the Board of Directors and shareholders. 

The rules of procedure of Board of Directors detail the responsibilities and authority of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TotalEnergies SE.

The Executive Committee: the decision-making body for the management of TotalEnergies' businesses

The Executive Committee implements the strategic orientations defined by the Board of Directors and authorizes related investments, subject to the approval of the Board of Directors for amounts exceeding 3% of shareholders' equity or notification of the Board for investments exceeding 1% of shareholders' equity.

Under the responsibility of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, since September 1, 2021, the eight members of the Executive Committee are:

The Company Performance Management Committee: Steering Business Performance

The Company Performance Management Committee examines, analyzes and manages TotalEnergies' HSE (Health, Safety and Environment), financial and business performance. It meets once a month.

In addition to the members of the Executive Committee, this Committee is composed of the heads of the Company's main business units, as well as a limited number of Senior Vice Presidents of functions at Company and business segment level.