James Rockall, CEO, World LPG Association
‘In 2015, our industry agreed a need address the issue of attracting women to the LPG industry, and retaining women at all levels of their careers. As the global body representing the LPG industry, WLPGA is uniquely positioned to lead this initiative. WINLPG is a highly successful worldwide network, and I am very proud to count this as one of the key initiatives of WLPGA.’
Janet Carson, Chief Executive of the LPG Association of New Zealand
‘100% support Women in LPG. We need more women making and influencing the decisions that impact us and we bring experience to the energy leaders table that others do not have. In New Zealand women are influencing the green energy transition, in business, in policy making, and as responsible consumers. We are humanising energy and when it comes to the shifts and leadership needed for the transition, women have the attributes and empathy the world needs to forge ahead.’
Khin Sandar Tun Managing Director Awra Trading Co Ltd, Yangon, Myanmar
‘The role of women is crucial and is beyond primary caretaker of children and elderly. As gender balance is important in every society and sector, WINLPG is taking initiative to empower women for the worldwide LPG industry to achieve its commitment of bringing together women and men for development of LPG, both worldwide and in my country Myanmar.
Marrianne Groeneveld-Klunder, Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), SHV Energy
“As a strong supporter of diversity, I’m honoured to support and engage with this important network within the industry. Energising and motivating available talent across organisations is key to our sector’s future. Looking forward to collaborate with WINLPG to gather diverse perspectives, and encouraging others to get involved too.”
Blaise Edja, Downstream Manager West Africa, Oryx Energies
“As the Chair of the Business Improvement Goal of WLPGA, I am, of course, a great supporter of the Women in LPG Global Network. The network is one of the fundamental projects of the Business Improvement Goal and is making strides to improve diversity in our global business.”
”We at Calor feel it is important to improve access and conditions for women installers, to ensure a growing female presence in the industry and equality for those working in the sector and Calor is on hand to help at every step of the journey. Visit www.calor.co.uk/installer and follow @CalorInstaller on Twitter.”
AIGLP supports all diversity in our industry and welcomes the activities of this important network. We are delighted to be part of the Ambassador support group and look forward to welcoming WINLPG activities in Latin America.