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Yolanda Zhao

Business professional in corporate management, strategy delivery, sales and business development. Highly experienced in delivering business growth in Asia Pacific markets.

Stephen Gauld

Over 20 years experience in the Oil and Gas sector working for some of the largest global service companies and operators such as Baker Hughes GE, Weatherford, ENI, ExxonMobil, Chevron and Woodside. Highly experienced in managing project delivery and cash flow.

Tom Hatton PhD PSM FTSE

A recognised international authority on the environment and natural resources, with 25 years’ experience in water, marine and energy research and executive leadership with the CSIRO and five years as Chair of the Western Australian EPA.

Dongke Zhang PhD FTSE

A hydrogen energy enthusiast and learned scholar who speaks both academic and commercial languages, Dongke Zhang understands why people don’t need energy but power – the time-flow of energy. It is power intensity that really matters. He has some 40-year experience in energy R&D, technology transfer and business administration.

Tim Lester

Tim Lester has an outstanding global background in legal, corporate and finance transactions as well as in corporate governance and strategy built over 28+ years working across Australia, Hong Kong, Tokyo and London. He has deep experience with large cross border projects and investments and across the energy and resources sectors.

Chris Salisbury

Mr Salisbury is a highly experienced mining and business executive, with over 30 years of global experience across senior strategic and operational roles for the Rio Tinto Group, including four and half years as member of the Executive Committee.

Peter Coleman

Peter J. Coleman has been an independent Chair of Infinite Green Energy since August 2021.

Coleman is the former chief executive officer, executive director and managing director of Woodside Petroleum Ltd., having served in that role from 2011 until his retirement in June 2021. Prior to joining Woodside, Coleman spent 27 years with the ExxonMobil group in a variety of roles, including vice president development – Asia Pacific from 2010 to 2011, and vice president production – Americas from 2008 to 2010.

Since 2012, he has been an adjunct professor of corporate strategy at the University of Western Australia Business School. Coleman was recently appointed to the board of Schlumberger as an independent Director and he has also served as chair of the Australia-Korea Foundation since 2016, as a board member of the Australia Japan Business Co-operation Council since 2013, and as an advisory council member for the Asia Society Australia since 2012.

Coleman has a Doctorate in Engineering (honorary) from Deakin University, a Bachelor of Engineering from Monash University, Doctorate of Laws from Monash University, Master of Business Administration from Deakin University and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.