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Andy Lloyd is principal of Lloyd Mine Consulting Pty Ltd and has over 25 years experience in the resources industry. He retired from Rio Tinto in July 2013, having held a number of commercial positions with the Rio Tinto group in Papua New Guinea, Australia, and the UK within the copper, aluminium and energy businesses.
He has been a company director of numerous energy companies including ASX listed Coal and Allied Industries (CNA), and Energy Resources of Australia (ERA), and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Andy has served many years on the Board of Rössing Uranium Ltd in Namibia retiring in 2013.
Andy was a founding director of Global Coal Ltd, a successful on-line coal exchange developed in 2001 by the coal industry. He has served on the Boards of the World Coal Institute and Australian Coal Association.
Until 2012 he was a member of the Federal Governments' advisory group for the Energy White Paper. He played a leading role in the development of Rio Tinto’s response to climate change, and the development of low emission coal technologies. From 2007 until 2013 Andy was Chairman of IEA Environmental Projects Pty Ltd, the operating agent for the IEA Greenhouse Gas Program, and the IEA Clean Coal Centre in the UK.
Chairman, Energy & Natural Resources, KPMG, Australia and Asia Pacific
Director, UQ Energy Initiative
Chris Greig is Professor of Energy Strategy at University of Queensland and Director of the UQ Energy Initiative. This is a university wide initiative providing strategic leadership for energy research across all of the faculties and institutes within the university. The initiative covers energy production and utilisation, electricity generation and distribution and transportation fuels for both fossil fuels and renewable resources. The scope of research activities ranges from engineering, material sciences and mining research, to social policy, economics and environment, reflecting the specific challenges facing Australia with its abundant and cost competitive coal and gas resources and an economy that is heavily reliant on fossil fuels.
Prior to joining the University, Chris had 25 years of project and executive experience in the industrial, mining and energy sectors, both within Australia and abroad. Most recently he was Project Director for ZeroGen Pty Ltd which undertook a comprehensive study of the feasibility a large scale IGCC plant integrated with CCS in Queensland. That project also completed one of the largest onshore CO2 storage exploration and appraisal programs undertaken globally.
Chris has Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, Master of Engineering Science and PhD, all from the University of Queensland.
Chief Executive Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
Chairman, WA Chemistry Centre; Australia
President Director and CEO, Origin Energy in Indonesia, OTP Geothermal Services Indonesia
Head of Public Policy, Origin Energy
Managing Director, ResourcesLaw International, Australia
Executive Director, Corporate Services and General Counsel, Alinta Energy
Michael joined Alinta as part of its restructure in early 2011 as part of the executive leadership team in the role of Executive Director of Corporate Services and General Counsel. In addition to managing the Alinta Energy legal team and company secretarial function, Michael’s current role involves development of strategy around engagement with government, regulators, the media and other key industry stakeholders.
Prior to joining Alinta Energy Michael spent 17 years in private practice, 10 of those years as a partner at Minter Ellison and Clayton Utz. In that time Michael built a reputation as one of Australia’s leading banking and finance lawyers focusing on high-value, complex merger and acquisitions and infrastructure development transactions across multiple industry sectors. Michael was the head of the banking and finance group at Clayton Utz for 2 years and was on the Clayton Utz board in his final 2 years with Clayton Utz.
Michael holds degrees in Commerce and Law from the
Founder, Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chairman, ERM Power Limited
Trevor has over 50 years experience in the energy industry, including 23 years in planning and leadership roles within NSW and Qld public utilities.
In 1980 Trevor founded companies which have evolved into ERM Power. For the first 15 years it operated as a successful boutique energy advisory firm. In the late 1990’s it transformed into a private power development company. Since 2006 it has successfully diversified to become an integrated energy company which operates electricity sales, generation and gas businesses. Today ERM Power is well on its way to achieving its aspiration to become the preferred energy supplier to business customers across Australia.
Trevor plays an active role in the broader energy industry with current positions including Chairman of the National Generators Forum Limited, and non-executive director roles on the boards of Queensland Resources Council Ltd, Master Electricians Australia Limited and Safety Connect Australian Pty Ltd. Trevor is also founding director of SMR Nuclear Technology Pty Ltd, and is an investor and director of an electric vehicle fast charge developer and energy storage research company, Tritium Pty Ltd. He also co-founded St Baker Wilkes Indigenous Educational Foundation Limited, of which he is the Chairman, and the St. Baker Family Philanthropic Trust.
Principal Adviser Product Stewardship
Since 2006, Alex has held a number of roles in Rio Tinto Energy with a focus on energy and climate policy, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas management and product stewardship as applied to coal and uranium. He is currently the Principal Adviser Product Stewardship, where he is accountable for the development and implementation of Rio Tinto Energy’s Product Stewardship Strategy. Alex is also an Alternate Member of the Board of the World Coal Association and the Coal Industry Advisory Board to the International Energy Agency.
Alex joined Rio Tinto in 2004 as Manager Environment Safety & Health at Ranger Uranium Mine. For the five years prior to that, Alex was Assistant Secretary of the Office of the Supervising Scientist, accountable for policy and regulatory functions related to uranium mining within the Commonwealth Environment Department.
Alex’s early career was in radiation safety in Queensland Government and at Queensland University of Technology.
ESON 2014 was held on Friday 21 March in Sydney. Click here to access presentations.
Released 11 June 2014 ...'The Importance of Energy for the G20 and B20 Agendas'. Author: Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, Energy Policy Institute of Australia