The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the go-to energy supply chain trade association, globally, has appointed three new Non-Executive Directors to its board.
The additions further strengthen the ability of their board to represent the full diversity of EIC membership and the energy industry at large.
ACL Impact’s Audrey Louis, David Clark of Vysus Group, and Tim Killen, deugro group, all join the EIC’s board of directors, bringing the total number to 13.
Audrey Caulliez-Louis, Managing Director at ACL Impact (trading as MayCap Advisors), has 20 years’ experience in the finance industry in structured and project finance in the energy and infrastructure sectors. She is also a partner & Impact Advisory Chair at ImpactA Global and the Co-Founder of CCC Training, a Project Finance training boutique.
She has held various positions in ANZ, Standard Chartered Bank, Mizuho, Crown Agents Bank and MUFG working alongside Export Credit Agencies on funding Energy and Infrastructure projects in the EMEA region.
Audrey Caulliez-Louis said of the new role: “I am very grateful for the opportunity to work with the EIC as a Non-Executive Director. As the organisation is assisting the supply chains through the energy transition and adopting a more global approach, I am keen to assist where I can on the renewable energy topics, the ESG momentum and the link between the industry and its financiers.
“Synergies between the corporate supply chains and the financial markets are important to better support the Net Zero initiatives in the Energy sector.”
David Clark, CEO of Vysus Group, is an experienced leader with more than 30 years’ experience and has held various management roles in Schlumberger, Technip, Wood, Aker Solutions and Lloyd’s Register.
Speaking about his appointment, David Clark said: “I am delighted to join the EIC board and look forward to supporting the significant efforts of the EIC as the global energy sector navigates through the major challenges ahead, as we move to a low carbon world.”
Tim Killen, Executive Vice President of deugro group, is responsible for the company’s strategic sales activities across all industries globally. He has over 25 years of experience working on major capital projects spanning numerous aspects of the energy industry and in various management capacities.
He said: “I have admired the EIC organisation for a long time already and am honoured to join the Board. Following COP26, the global energy industry can positively contribute to the Glasgow Climate Pact by supporting the sustainable energy transition and reducing climate change impacts.
“It is very exciting that the EIC and its members will have a key strategic role to play in shaping the low carbon energy future – and I can be a part of it.”
All three new appointments attended their first EIC Board meeting on 16 December, held virtually and in London.