Stephanie Saunier has been working on greenhouse gas emissions mitigation in the petroleum sector since 2006. Over the last five years, she has managed a number of projects related to gas flaring and methane emissions from Oil and gas systems
François Sammut is specialized in the fields of climate change, energy efficiency and waste management, with specific experience and expertise in climate change mitigation and carbon and climate finance. He has extensive international project expertise, particularly in Africa, Russia and Central Asia.
Hesam works closely on techno-economic analysis of emission reduction/energy efficiency projects, best practice greenhouse gas abatement technologies, supporting clients in identification and development of mitigation projects as well as monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of emissions. As petroleum engineer, he is interested in developing practical solutions for environmental/climate issues, particularly in the energy and O&G sector.
Gaëlle has been working for more than 10 years in the field of climate change mitigation, developing an expertise in CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS). Gaëlle has been involved in numerous projects for technical as well as economic and environmental assessments of value chains. Recently, Gaëlle has carried out projects on abatement measures for SLCPs and on waste and biofuels.
Irina Isakova is a climate change and energy consultant, focusing on economic and policy analysis. Irina has been involved in several projects on emission inventories of greenhouse gases and short-lived climate pollutants, as well as their abatement potential. She has also taken part in techno-economic analysis of gas utilization options and supported research work on gas flaring regulations benchmarks and has developed an expertise in greenhouse gas assessment for biogas.
Tore Holm has ~30 years’ experience in the International and Norwegian Oil and Gas business, primarily with Shell. He has been with Carbon Limits since 2012. He also chairs the board of Enova, a public enterprise to drive forward the changeover to more environmentally friendly consumption and generation of energy in Norway.
Randall Spalding-Fecher has 20 years’ experience in energy and climate change analysis. He has special expertise in Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) methodology and project development, results-based climate finance, and climate impacts on hydropower, and has worked extensively as a consultant to the UNFCCC.