Stephen Marcos Jones
As Director-General, Stephen Marcos Jones is responsible for the overall management and effectiveness of UKPIA as the UK's principal advocate for the downstream oil sector. With over 15 years’ experience across the oil and gas industry, Stephen's leadership of UKPIA encompasses all areas of the organisation's expertise, including fuels quality, environmental regulations, advocacy and industry economics, and the future vision for the UK industry.
Director of External Relations
As Director of External Relations, Jamie Baker is responsible for UKPIA's outreach to our industry's key stakeholders in government, industry, the media and the wider public. Appointed in September 2018, with over 10 years experience in government, Jamie's role integrates UKPIA's external advocacy and engagement with outreach to our members and associates.
Director of Downstream Policy
As Director of Downstream Policy, Andy Roberts is responsible for anticipating and assessing emerging policy and regulatory challenges affecting the UK’s refining and downstream fuel sector. Andy has over 30 years’ experience in the oil industry and works closely with UKPIA members on a range of areas including climate change and the environment, chemicals regulations, health and safety and fuels quality.
Communications and Government Affairs Specialist
As Communications and Government Affairs Specialist, Callan Tree helps to deliver UKPIA's key messages whilst enhancing the profile of the downstream oil sector to policymakers, the media and the public. Callan joined UKPIA in May 2020 with a background in Government and his responsibilities include advocacy to external stakeholders, publications input as well as media relations and communications.
Environment, Health and Safety Specialist
As Environment, Health and Safety Specialist, Simon Wood provides UKPIA members with expert advice on regulatory developments for environmental, process safety and occupational health and safety topics across the downstream oil sector. Simon Joined UKPIA in January 2020 having previously gained experience with EDF Energy and the British Standards Institution developing and deploying strategies to deliver consensus through improved stakeholder understanding during negotiations.
Petroleum Economics Analyst
As Petroleum Economics Analyst, Ayesha David provides economic intelligence on the sector, analysing data for the whole of the downstream oil sector’s many interests and is responsible for the annual publication of the Statistical Review as well as delivering UKPIA's evidence-based output. Ayesha joined UKPIA in January 2020, having had extensive research experience in engineering and in public policy.
Energy Transition Lead
Seb's previous experience was with BP's Formulated Products Technology team working on F1™ fuels and lubricants before he joined UKPIA in 2019.
Membership Relations Specialist
Craig Thompson has joined UKPIA as Membership Relations Specialist to engage with existing and new members, building relationships to ensure our members receive the best service and value that their membership of UKPIA brings. Craig brings over 20 years’ experience in looking after companies from the Oil and Gas sector in a range of Account Management and Business Development roles.
Fuels Quality and Supply Specialist
Dominic Russell provides UKPIA members with expert advice on all regulatory developments for fuel quality issues across the downstream oil sector and helps establish the UKPIA members’ viewpoint on topics such as fuel standards, fuel supply and regulatory compliance. Dominic joined UKPIA in April 2021 and previously worked in Research and Development at BP, testing developmental fuels and lubricants.
Industry secondee to BEIS
Mike Mackay was appointed as the UKPIA industrial secondee into the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy's (BEIS) Downstream Oil Resilience team in 2020. Mike has over 20 years of experience in the refining and downstream oil sector.