Project Director, Humber Zero
Jonathan Briggs is the Project Director for the Humber Zero project at VPI's 1260MW combined heat and power plant in Immingham. Mr. Briggs has over 30 years working in the Oil & Gas industry with BP, OGCI Climate Investment Fund, and now manages the Humber Zero project, a decarbonization project at scale around the Immingham refining, power and industrial complex. He has held several roles in upstream, LNG, power and CCUS. Previously, Mr Briggs was the Managing Director for the Hydrogen Energy Joint Venture between BP and Rio Tinto in North America and managed both BP's initial CCS project at the North Sea's Miller platform and later the Don Valley Power Project that participated in the UK's CCS commercialization competition in 2011. He currently chairs the CCSA (Carbon Capture and Storage Association), an association of over 80 companies representing the cross section of participants engaged in the commercial deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). Mr. Briggs graduated with a master's degree in chemical engineering from Imperial College London, and holds an MBA from INSEAD, France.