Volko de Jong is the Programme Director of the Fellowship on Energy Programme. Mr de Jong is owner and managing partner of GGNI, an international gas business development group of Dutch service companies in the Oil & Gas Industry. He also is guest lecturer at the MBA of the University of Cyprus. Volko has also created EDI training programmes for the African Development Bank.
Marcel Kramer was appointed President of the Energy Delta Institute in October 2016. He has broad experience in the international oil and gas industry, and was among others CEO at Gasunie, the gas transport and infrastructure company and at the South Stream pipeline joint venture in Switzerland and the Netherlands. Prior to his work at Gasunie he held a number of international management positions with Statoil and Petro-Canada. He was also Head of the IEA’s Oil Industry Division in Paris, responsible for the Monthly IEA Oil Market report (a Financial Times publication), and was responsible for energy policy issues at the Office of the Secretary General of NATO, after an initial function with the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Jonathan Stern, Director of Gas Research at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies; Honorary Professor at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum & Mineral Law & Policy, University of Dundee; and Visiting Professor at Imperial College’s Centre for Environmental Policy in London.
Tatiana Mitrova, Head of Oil and Gas sector development Department for Russia and the World, The Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences responsible for analyses of the global energy markets development and the Russian Federation’s energy export and import policy.