3-7 July 2023, ST. Petersburg, Russia
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Programme Committee Who's involved into making the Programme interesting and worth attending


Woodside Energy Ltd.

Vice President Innovation Capability

Office location: Australia

Field of work: Business Development and Technology LNG and Energy Futures

Number of years working in the gas/LNG industry: 40+

Number of LNG X events: 5

The input that I want to make to the conference’s programme: Ensure the conference gives people information and insights to understand LNG and energy industry’s future technical commercial political and economic scenarios so they can make good decisions. To present and share the latest commercial and technical innovation and ensure there is an open discussion and challenge. Ensure the opportunities created in energy transition are fully understood and appreciated. Ensure there is an opportunity to involve and engage the future generation of industry participants and leaders and hear their views. Show potential future employees the opportunities that exist now and, in the future, or the LNG industry.


What do I expect from LNG2023?

“To understand future energy scenarios and hear a diversity of views on approaches to the opportunities created. To engage with a wide range of people from industry, government, regulators, academics and students to listen to ideas and to challenge my own thinking.”

Current responsibility for developing future energy strategy and business insights for Sustainability Division at Woodside and, support the current suite of developments. In 40 years with Woodside and Shell have held responsibilities in offshore and onshore developments, projects, operations, HSE, and business development. Recent roles have included: VP Wheatstone; VP Technology and VP LNG Development and a secondment as Associate Dean Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences at University of Western Australia. Prior to that- nearly 10 years with Shell involved with business strategy, LNG, gas-to-liquids and digital projects.