Introduction to the Alliance to End Plastic Waste
The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) is a multi-sector plastic value chain industry formed organisation to address the challenges of plastic waste. It is a CEO led stand-alone not-for-profit organisation, currently with an Alliance membership of over 40 global international enterprises ranging from producers to specialists, and from brand-owners to waste/recycling management providers. Examples of such members include ExxonMobil, Shell, Total, BASF, Henkel, Tomra, Suez, Veolia, Sinopec, P&G and PepsiCo.
The talk will cover AEPW’s Vision and Mission, its strategy and program areas. With a total of US$ 1.5 billion committed by member companies over a period of 5 years, AEPW will invest (largely philanthropically) in initiatives to deliver its mission. Having just marked its first anniversary, the talk will outline some of the specific sponsored projects in AEPW’s portfolio.
Alliance to End Plastic Waste
Thomas joined Shell in the Netherlands back in early ’80s after graduating as an engineer in the UK. Since then, he had a number of international assignments across the world including Al-Jubail in Saudi-Arabia, Hong Kong, Beijing in China, Sydney in Australia, Doha in Qatar and Singapore. He has worked in different fields including management, business development, project venture set-up, and global business general mangement. He has served and experience across the oil and gas values chain, from Upstream to Downstream, Gas and Chemicals.
After nearly 35 years in Shell, he retired in 2016 with his last assignment as global head of a LNG related initiative. Post retirement, he was a Senior Advisor at economic Development Innovations Singapore pte. Ltd. and is now a Manager for the not-for-profit Alliance to End Plastic Waste. He is also a part-time lecture on LNG at the Singapore Management University and have been a guest speaker at the Business School at Nanyang Technological University. Thomas was vice Chairman of the board for Yueyang Sinopec Shell Coal Gasification Company Ltd., and he has been a board member of Shell Eastern Trading (Pte.) Ltd. He is currently a board and executive committee member of Singapore LNG Corporation.
This committee meeting is open only to members of EuroCham Singapore packaging committee. If you are keen to participate, please write to Ms Michelle Kristensen at firstname.lastname@example.org