Global Expert Network
Health, Safety and Environment: Management Systems
Air emissions modeling
Oil spill modeling
Spill response planning and capacity building
Oil field waste management
Pipeline development assessments and planning
Social Performance and social risk management
CSR and Sustainability
Our Friends and Collaborators Include:
DWIGHT J. GOLDMAN
Dr. Philippe’s key activities are Training, Capacity Building, Due Diligence Audits, and all permitting activities (Baseline surveys, EIAs, Strategic EIAs). He has 33 years of experience in environmental & financial risk consulting, working for the Industry (Oil & Gas, Mining, Manufacturing), and governments in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.
Mr. Loreti is the founder and Principal of The Loreti Group, an environmental consulting firm assisting clients on issues surrounding sustainability, energy, and climate change. He has over 30 years of experience in environmental consulting, serving industrial, government, and non-profit clients.
Mr. Barclay has over 25 years of experience in international consulting, specializing in involuntary resettlement for large, oil and gas, mining, petrochemical and infrastructure projects.
JEAN MARC BIDJO
Ms. Bebbington is a senior external affairs director with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, particularly in challenging political and security environments and in both operating and contracting organisations.
She now runs her own non-technical risk management consultancy, Audire Consultants. She is Director of the John Smith Trust, which runs programmes in good governance, the rule of law and social justice and is on the Board of a charity supporting a major cultural heritage project in Iraq.
At Shell, Nancy served as the U.S. External Relations, Social Investment Manager and as Social Performance Advisor for Shell Exploration and Production. Her focus included all Unconventional assets in the U.S. including divestitures. Ms. Tootle has presented at numerous venues, ranging from the Johnson Space Center, to the National Science Foundation, to Texas A&M’s Mays School of Business. She has also published in the Society for Human Resource Management HR Magazine and Mercer Human Capital Management. Nancy’s recent focus areas have included overseeing sustainability and environmental conservation programs, company Foundation management and business risk assessment.
Ms. Hall is a bilingual environmental and social risk management specialist based in France. A civil engineer who specializes in the nexus between environmental and social risk, she is a multidisciplinary expert with 20+ years of experience in 20+ countries, notably across Africa and the MENA region.
Hermione has worked in mining, electricity and water infrastructure, energy efficiency, agriculture, river basin management, and on humanitarian projects in war zones. Having worked on numerous projects financed by international finance institutions, she has excellent knowledge of the World Bank environmental and social safeguards and the IFC performance standards. Her experience managing international, multidisciplinary teams including economists, engineers, environmentalists, sociologists, anthropologists, and legal experts has given her a deep background in technical and non-technical risk management.
Mr. Wouch has more than 30 years of global environmental, health, safety (EHS), social investment, and sustainability experience in a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, mining, used oil recycling, manufacturing, renewable energy, electric transmission, construction, remediation, and real estate development.
Ms. Dean is a multi-lingual sustainable development and social performance professional whose 35-year career in Africa, Asia, North and South America has bridged the worlds of international economic development and corporate social responsibility.
Her distinct interest is in creating win-win solutions through her ability to translate community and stakeholder discourse into actionable de-risking business strategies.
Insightful, creative, and effective, Ms. Dean has a proven history of constructive engagement with both the stakeholders and communities outside the fence and the business operators within the fence, effectively solving problems, developing and implementing risk management strategies and programs, and ultimately enhancing stakeholder and shareholder confidence in the business’ ability to manage non-technical risks.
Specific subject matter expertise includes cross-cultural communication, stakeholder engagement, impact and risk assessment, human rights, gender, resettlement and livelihood restoration, and local and regional economic development.
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