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About the Panel #TECLive Jesse Jenkins is Director of Energy and Climate Policy at the Breakthrough Institute , and is a leading energy and climate policy analysts and advocate. Jesse's work and analysis has been featured in manymajor media outlets. He is founder and chief editor of WattHead - Energy News and Commentary and a featured writer at The Energy Collective. Letha Tawney is a Senior Associate in the World Resources Institute’s Climate and Energy Program, leading the Two Degrees of Innovation platform. Letha’s work focuses on the need to build a robust, dynamic global innovation system for clean energy. Prior to joining WRI, Letha worked on bioenergy with the UN Foundation’s International Bioenergy Initiative. Terrance Ivers is CEO of the Compression and Solutions Business Unit of the Oil & Gas Division at Siemens Energy. Previously, Terri served as President of AMEC, an international service provider to the upstream and midstream industries. He is a mechanical engineer and began his career at KBR, an international supplier for the oil and gas industry. Geoffrey Styles is Managing Director of GSW Strategy Group, LLC, an energy and environmental strategy consulting firm. His industry experience includes 22 years at Texaco Inc., culminating in a senior position on Texaco’s leadership team for strategy development, focused on the global refining, marketing, transportation and alternative energy businesses.
Petroleum Lifecycle Emissions Source: National Energy Technology Laboratory data, 2009 #TECLive
Diesel Fuel Lifecycle GHG Emissions by Crude Oil Source Source: National Energy Technology Laboratory data, 2009 #TECLive
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