Andrew Mingst is general manager for Hydrogen in Chevron New Energies with regional responsibility for Asia-Pacific, based in Singapore. In this role, he is responsible for accelerating Chevron’s lower carbon business prospects, including the commercialization of hydrogen transportation, power, industrial, and other difficult-to-abate sector opportunities.
He joined Chevron in 2005 to lead the company’s entry into the emerging carbon emissions markets in the E.U. and has subsequently held commercial and strategic planning roles with Chevron’s Upstream businesses in Australia and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and with Chevron’s central support functions including Corporate Strategy & Sustainability.
Before joining Chevron, Andrew was a senior researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he supported electricity market deregulation in the Western United States. Earlier in his career he was a regulator in the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Air & Radiation where he led the design of Federal cap-and-trade programs for NOx, SO2 and carbon.
Andrew holds degrees from Cornell University and Yale University.