The world’s leading authority on carbon capture and storage, the Global CCS Institute, has welcomed the appointments of three highly respected climate change and carbon capture and storage advocates to its Board of Directors.
The new board members are:
- Shell International, Group Climate Change Adviser, David Hone.
- BHP Vice President, Sustainability and Climate Change, Dr Fiona Wild.
- Thunderbolt Clean Energy CEO, Eric Redman.
Welcoming the appointments, Global CCS Institute Chairman, Paul Dougas, said: “We are delighted to welcome these internationally esteemed new members to the Institute’s Board. Their distinguished careers, strong experience, personal commitment and exceptional knowledge of the climate and energy sectors will be a tremendous addition to our organisation as it accelerates the deployment of CCS.”
The appointments bring the total number of Global CCS Institute directors to seven.
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