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John Robert

IEEFA guest contributor John Robert is a Chemical Engineer and Industrial Economist with more than 40 years of experience, including directly developing and/or managing estimates for capital and operating costs for LNG plants, along with benchmark comparisons for export competitiveness and reviewing the potential impact of emissions trading schemes such as Australia’s proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) on LNG and chemicals projects.

John spent almost eight years at Exxon in the Australian petrochemicals industry, followed by a similar period as an Australian Government Trade Commissioner in Europe and the Middle East.

John was a business development manager and technical / economic consultant with Davy McKee (later Aker Kvaerner) for some twenty years, and then engineering manager with MEO Australia Limited, covering all aspects of innovative offshore methanol and LNG projects in the Timor Sea.

He was responsible for the engineering development of the Timor Sea LNG Project (TSLNGP) since its inception in early 2002.

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