Shattuck's base salary of $1.3 million was unchanged from a year earlier. He received no cash incentive payment last year, compared with a $1.7 million payout in 2010. The compensation package, which the company reported Friday, includes additional payouts in stocks, options and the value of his pension.
Shattuck, who is now Exelon's executive chairman, also received stock valued at $6.4 million and options at $2.6 million.
Other compensation, which includes matching contributions and perks, was $110,677.
In 2010, Shattuck's total compensation was valued at $15.7 million.
During 2011 when the company announced its $7.9 billion sale to Exelon, Constellation lost $340.3 million, or $1.70 per share. The merger closed earlier this year.