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Stuart BroadleyStuart Broadley



Stuart is Chief Executive of the EIC, the Energy Industries Council. Prior to joining EIC in 2016, Stuart enjoyed a successful 25-year career leading global O&M businesses in oil & gas, power and renewables with Rolls-Royce, Wood, Senvion and Hoerbiger.

Passionate about exporting and energy transition, Stuart is architect of the Energy Exports Conference which brings 20 inward delegations to the UK each year with $500bn of project opportunities, and is author of the renowned Survive & Thrive annual report which highlights successful growth strategies in challenging markets.

Stuart has various non-executive director roles including with the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in UK and the Nuclear Innovation & Research Advisory Board. In 2019, Stuart was invited to become a Fellow of the Energy Institute.

The EIC is the UK’s largest energy supply chain trade association, a not-for-profit with 650 member companies, across oil & gas, power, nuclear and renewable markets that, for 76 years, has advised governments and boardrooms, and helped companies to grow at home and around the world. Their real passion is helping companies to diversify and grow internationally – and their members benefit from EIC’s unique suite of energy market CAPEX & OPEX databases, 130 events p.a., industry & government networks, international launchpad offices and extensive market insight.

Takes part in

Jan, 19 10:30 AM CET
Main Stage

Energy Transition - Follow the Money, Not the Glamour

In the first place comes prioritizing investments in the energy transition process. It’s much harder to succeed just by following the glamorous ideas in new era outcomes in energy-related industries. Passionate about exporting and energy transition, Stuart Broadley, CEO at the Energy Industries Council, will share his perspective on efficient energy transition.
Stuart Broadley CEO at EIC