Lucy joined bp as a Process Engineer in 1998 in Brisbane, Australia. Her career has since included roles in Operations, Process Safety, Terminals, Supply and Trading in Australia, the US, UK, Europe and Singapore. She was the CFO for bp’s downstream businesses in Asia Pacific before being appointed to lead the development of bp’s low carbon energy businesses in Asia Pacific in mid-2020. Through this role Lucy spent a lot of time learning about the decarbonization challenges of bp’s customers and the role that customers needed bp to play to help facilitate energy transition.

Hydrogen has a critical role to play in decarbonisation and helping achieve net zero and in July 2022, Lucy was appointed to the newly created role of Vice President Hydrogen, Australia and Asia Pacific.

In September 2022, when bp acquired 40.5% and became operator of the Australian Renewable Energy Hub (AREH), Lucy also took on the role of AREH Project Director. Lucy’s portfolio also includes Project Geri in Geraldton, and the Kwinana Energy Hub near Perth.

Lucy serves as director on the boards of the Australian Hydrogen Council and Channel Infrastructure (NZX). She is also a director of BP Australia.

Lucy has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Adelaide and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the Australian Securities Institute.

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