Gustaf is Head of Department Planning & Environment at the Environment and Health Administration, City of Stockholm. He co-ordinated the ZEUS (Zero and low Emission vehicles in Urban Society,the TRENDSETTER-project, a CIVITAS/DG TREN, project from 2002-2006. Mr Landahl also recently coordinated the project BEST Bioethanol for Sustainable, probably the largest demonstration project on alternative fuelled vehicles in Europe ever with more than 10.000 ethanol powered vehicles around Europe. His department is presently also responsible for the project management of the joint procurement of electrical vehicles in Sweden, a project done in cooperation with Vattenfall AB.
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Japan
Michal Slizak has graduated from Warsaw School of Economics and holds executive MBA tittle from University of Minnesota. He has worked for financial institutions including Raiffeisen Bank and Pekao Faktoring. He has been working for Solbus and the associated companies, including Blue Line Leasing since 2001. His main fields of responsibilities are sales and marketing. He is a member of Polish Technological Platform for Ecological Transport, the advisory body to the Polish government that is responsible for the development of Poland’s policies with regard to alternative fuels and green transport.
Katy joined Wood Mackenzie in 2011 as part of the Gas and Power research team with a main focus on European gas market fundamentals. Specifically, Katy is responsible for the development of Wood Mackenzie's European gas and electricity demand views; incorporating the impacts of policy, pricing and new demand areas. Recent research and consultancy projects have concentrated on the pricing economics and demand impacts of natural gas and electric vehicles.
Katy has 7 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, spanning various elements of the value chain. Previous roles have been held at British Gas, Infield Systems and Shell. Katy graduated from University of Bath with a BSc in Natural Sciences.
Before starting at the Finnish Port Association in 2012 Annaleena Mäkilä worked at Confederation of Finnish Industries EK where she held the position of Deputy Director concentrating on strategy. She was also head of EK's regional offices in Finland.
In the end of 1990's she has served as a political adviser for Minister of Justice and Minister of Finance in Finland. Before working in the Prime Minister's Office Ms Mäkilä has worked as an expert at labour law issues in which she executed advocacy for ten year's period. Annaleena Mäkilä holds Master's degree in Law and has been trained on the Bench.
Group Distribution Environmental Manager
Editor – LNG Report
Business Manager LNG
BOC UK & Ireland
Alternative Fuels and Energy Efficient Transport Team Leader
German Energy Agency