Gardiner Hill is Vice President of Carbon Management at BP, responsible for BP’s strategy on Carbon Management and the energy transition. He has deep experience in climate change, low carbon strategy and the energy transition. In addition to this, Gardiner is leading the OGCI CO2 Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) commercialization work group and is also part of the National Petroleum Council (NPC) CCUS project, given his extensive experience in CCUS. Gardiner established and has managed the BP Princeton Carbon Mitigation Initiative (CMI) at Princeton University, as well as the BP Harvard Kennedy School Policy programme and the BP Tufts University Policy programme. Prior to this Gardiner spent time working in Group Technology as Director of Climate Change & Sustainability Technology, Alternative Energy and in BP Exploration and Production Company holding several senior roles, including Field Development and Technology Management, covering petrotechnical, sub-surface, drilling and wells disciplines. Mr. Hill possesses more than 32 years of technical and managerial experience that is directly relevant to technology, policy, business and strategy.