Stag Energy was founded in 2002. The company draws on a depth of experience with a team that has created and delivered over 10,000 MW of power generation and related infrastructure projects, raising over $6 billion in commercial debt to support the investments. The company's extensive commercial experience has ensured well structured, secure investments that have created value for investors in:
- Gas-fired power generation
- Gas storage - salt cavern and depleted reservoir
- Association transmission system - electricity, gas, water and oil
Stag Energy's senior management team has worked together for many years and has an established track record of project origination, development, execution and portfolio management within the mid-stream energy sector.
George has worked in the power generation and gas infrastructure sectors for over two decades. Prior to the establishment of Stag Energy, George was Regional Executive for InterGen’s activities in Europe, Middle East and Africa, responsible for investments totaling nearly $6bn. George also spent 4 years based in Hong Kong as Regional Executive for Asia-Pacific following the establishment of a UK business and was based in the US as the independent power sector began to evolve. George has an impressive track record of establishing and building businesses in new markets to create and deliver value to investors and shareholders.
Andrew spent 12 years running ASEC energy sector consultants following 15 years global experience with BP, Britoil and BNOC. Most recently Andrew has specialised in bringing forward developments in the electricity and gas markets, having managed gas storage and power projects from early stage development through to financial close. His foresight and innovation over the past ten years has succeeded in securing projects with a combined value in excess of $1bn.
Norman has worked within design, construction and operations in the energy sector for over 20 years. Before joining Stag Energy, Norman was Director of Brindisi LNG for BG Group and responsible for the execution of a €500m LNG terminal. From 1995 to 2003 Norman was Vice President Construction and Operations for InterGen, where he oversaw the establishment of a 2,500MW portfolio in the UK, the negotiation of 3,500MW of projects in Turkey along with groundbreaking projects in the Netherlands and Egypt. Prior to joining InterGen, Norman worked as General Manager with John Brown Engineering following a number of years as contract manager with Babcock & Wilcox.
Chris joined Stag Energy in 2007 after working for InterGen for seven years where he supported the development of the first UK power station to be project-financed after the Government moratorium on gas-fired power stations. He worked in the commercial execution team, with experience in the gas, power and carbon markets before being given responsibility for contract commercial negotiations, business planning and financial analysis.
At Stag Energy, Chris has led the successful onshore and offshore consenting of the Gateway Storage Project and is Project Manager for the Watt Power developments.
Susannah joined Stag Energy in 2005, having worked as a legal consultant in the oil and gas industry since 1998. Her clients during this period included Paull & Williamson, Esso, Agip, Nippon Oil Exploration and Providence Resources. Work for each of these clients has focussed on oil and gas development activities within the UK.
Previously, Susannah worked as a senior negotiator at Hardy Oil and Gas, working primarily on the Elgin and Franklin development and predevelopment acitivities in Pakistan for the Miano gas field.
Susannah holdes a degree in Law from the University of Kent in Canterbury and qualified as a solicitor in November 1989 after completing her articles at McKenna & Co., now Cameron McKenna.
Chris joined Stag Energy in 2012 having previously worked as the primary organiser of the VIBES environmental business award, run in conjunction with the Scottish Government and SEPA.
Chris graduated with a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of Edinburgh in 2010, with a focus on natural resource use and climate change. He has a strong background in environmental conservation and research including extensive research work in Iceland.
Murray joined Stag Energy in 2010 having graduated with an honours degree in Physics from The University of Edinburgh where he specialised in sub atomic research and analysis. Murray draws on four years managerial experience in the retail sector and has trained extensively in project finance modelling which he uses to support the development of new initiatives for Stag Energy.
With a background in finance and accounting from her native Iceland, Habby joined Stag Energy in 2006 and oversees the company's finance, administration and communications functions. She has an MBA degree from the University of Edinburgh.
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