Chris Jewell
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Chris Jewell

Genesis Energy

Chief financial officer

  • Appointed 2016.
  • Was general manager portfolio management from 2013.
  • Senior leadership experience in the energy sector in markets, infrastructure investment and asset operations.
  • Sat on the Electricity Authority governance board and has previously worked in the telecommunications and infrastructure sectors in the United Kingdom.

Career

Mercury
Thermal Business Manager, Commercial Manager - Operations
Jan 2008 - Feb 2013
Staylive
Chair
Jan 2011 - Feb 2012
Genesis Energy
Director - Kupe Ventures Limited, Chief Financial Officer and Executive General Manager Strategy, Chief Financial Officer, General Manager Portfolio Management
Feb 2013 - Present
Electricity Authority / Te Mana Hiko
Board Member - Wholesale Markets Advisory Group
Mar 2013 - Mar 2017
The Aotearoa Circle
Co-Chair - Low Carbon Aotearoa - a 2050 Energy Strategy
Jun 2021 - Present

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