IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

John Gale
General Manager
John manages the interface between the Members and the programme team, the IEA and its standing committees and the Board of IEAEPL - the operating agent for IEAGHG

Tim Dixon
Programme Manager
Tim is responsible for managing the R&D programme, ensuring that IEAGHG activities deliver the technical evidence-base to support CCS development and deployment, and for inputting to international regulatory and policy developments such as UNFCCC and CSLF.

Tricia Watkins
Office, Finance Manager, Company Secretary
Tricia, as well as being part of the management team and supporting the General Manager, manages all aspects of the office’s daily routine including staff, finance and is also responsible for treasury management.

Keith Burnard
Senior Technology Analyst
Keith co-ordinates activities undertaken by IEAGHG relating to costs and performance of CO2 capture technologies, plus covering issues around integration. Keith chairs the Steering Committee for IEAGHG’s successful Post-Combustion Capture Conference series and is also a member of the Steering Committee of IEAGHG’s CCS Cost Network.

James Craig
Senior Geologist
James has over 35 years’ experience in oil industry consultancy and renewable energy development. As Senior Geologist at IEAGHG, he is responsible for project formulation and recruitment, the organisation of technical network meetings and internal research related to the secure long-term storage of CO2 within geological formations.

Jasmin Kemper
Senior Technology Analyst
Jasmin has managed technical studies on CO2 dehydration, pipeline transportation, accounting for GHG emissions from Bio-CCS and CO2-EOR, CCS clusters, regional CCS developments and unburnable carbon. Her other work areas include IEAGHG’s network on solid looping technologies, sustainability issues, LCA, non-CO2 GHGs and CO2 utilisation.

Lydia Rycroft
Technology Analyst
Lydia works with James Craig on the management of technical studies and networks relating to the geological storage of CO2 as well as managing the International Summer School Series with Tim Dixon. Graduated in 2015 from Imperial College London, MSc Geology.

Monica Garcia Ortega
Technology Analyst
Monica manages technical studies on the areas of emerging CO2 capture technologies, CCS in the industrial sector, environmental impact of amine-based capture plants, and cost methodologies. Apart from being technical expert in her field, she is involved in the cost network and manages technical aspects of the Post Combustion Capture Conferences

Becky Kemp
Communications Manager
Becky oversees IEAGHG’s external communication activities and produces and disseminates IEAGHG’s glossy publications, newsletters and also manages all social media activities.

Suzanne Killick
Events Programme Manager
Suzanne manages the organisational side of each conference, budgetary management, on-site support services, communications delivery and management of the paper/abstract and review systems.

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